Re: How do you automatically start Apache, Bind, etc. in a jail?

2010-07-22 Thread Glen Barber
-BEGIN PGP SIGNED MESSAGE- Hash: SHA1 On 7/22/10 6:20 PM, Ed Flecko wrote: Hi folks, I have Apache installed in a qjail named webserver (I.P. address 192.168.225.130) using the pkg_add -r apache22 command, but how do you get Apache (or Bind, etc.) to automatically start upon boot?

Re: How do you automatically start Apache, Bind, etc. in a jail?

2010-07-22 Thread Ed Flecko
Thanks Glen. :-) I'm not clear how I get the 'make config' to show the configuration screen or the 'make install' to compile and install??? That might allow me to install Apache (with a limited number of modules) like I want, but I don't understand what you're suggesting. Also, do you know

Re: How do you automatically start Apache, Bind, etc. in a jail?

2010-07-22 Thread Glen Barber
On 7/22/10 6:51 PM, Ed Flecko wrote: Thanks Glen. :-) I'm not clear how I get the 'make config' to show the configuration screen or the 'make install' to compile and install??? Depending on what you've previously done in the www/apache22 directory, a configuration may already exist. 'make

Re: How do you automatically start Apache, Bind, etc. in a jail?

2010-07-22 Thread Glen Barber
On 7/22/10 7:07 PM, Glen Barber wrote: Also, do you know for sure that compiling from source and specifying the install target (i.e., ./configure --prefix=/PathToJail --enable-ssl...etc., etc., etc???) won't work? It will work, sure, but make(1) and the port Makefile does this for you. To

Re: How do you automatically start Apache, Bind, etc. in a jail?

2010-07-22 Thread Ed Flecko
Oh, O.K., so I CAN just download the tarball (from http://httpd.apache.org/), unpack and install it (just like any other source install) and specify the jail as the target or did I misinterpret you? Sorry if I've missed your point! :-) Ed ___

Re: How do you automatically start Apache, Bind, etc. in a jail?

2010-07-22 Thread Glen Barber
On 7/22/10 7:19 PM, Ed Flecko wrote: Oh, O.K., so I CAN just download the tarball (from http://httpd.apache.org/), unpack and install it (just like any other source install) and specify the jail as the target or did I misinterpret you? Do it from _inside_ the jail, not from the host.