Re: pthread_mutexattr_setpshared and Apache Guacamole remote desktop gateway

2020-03-05 Thread Steve Williams
library? Have you tried searching the ports tree patch files for mention of the function. You may find a real world example of a workaround. Edgar DETAILS: I wanted to see if Apache Guacamole would compile on OpenBSD to server as a remote desktop gateway. It hasn't been too hard to get

Re: pthread_mutexattr_setpshared and Apache Guacamole remote desktop gateway

2020-03-05 Thread Edgar Pettijohn
; Have you tried searching the ports tree patch files for mention of the function. You may find a real world example of a workaround. Edgar > DETAILS: > I wanted to see if Apache Guacamole would compile on OpenBSD to server > as a remote desktop gateway. > > It hasn't been too hard

pthread_mutexattr_setpshared and Apache Guacamole remote desktop gateway

2020-03-05 Thread Steve Williams
Hi, Should this be on ports@?  I'm not working on a port... TL;DR: Does anyone have any recommendations on how to work around not having pthread_mutexattr_setpshared in the OpenBSD pthreads library? DETAILS: I wanted to see if Apache Guacamole would compile on OpenBSD to server as a remote

Re: Apache 2.4 not running php OpenBSD 6.4

2019-07-11 Thread Georgs
Hi, Seems like Apache is not using the module, i.e. it treats as text, it needs to run you php code. I think if you share some relevant parts of your configuration and prove that you have the necessary tools installed and working you will get better feedback. Regards, George On July 11

Re: Apache 2.4 not running php OpenBSD 6.4

2019-07-11 Thread Solene Rapenne
On Wed, Jul 10, 2019 at 11:40:42PM -0700, mansoor wrote: > Hi, > I hope you guys are doing great. > > I am using OpenBSD 6.4, apache-httpd-2.4.35, php version 5.6. > I have disabled default httpd of OpenBSD, now apache2 is showing plain php > code in browser it doesn't process

Re: Apache 2.4 not running php OpenBSD 6.4

2019-07-11 Thread Tony Boston
is but you don’t seem to even know that this would be the first start to solving problems.. -- Tony GPG-FP: 49CC8250 CDCF2183 6209C1AE 625677C1 F7783D5F Threema: DN8PJX4Z > On 11. Jul 2019, at 08:40, mansoor wrote: > > Hi, > I hope you guys are doing great. > > I am using O

Apache 2.4 not running php OpenBSD 6.4

2019-07-11 Thread mansoor
Hi, I hope you guys are doing great. I am using OpenBSD 6.4, apache-httpd-2.4.35, php version 5.6. I have disabled default httpd of OpenBSD, now apache2 is showing plain php code in browser it doesn't process php at all. I couldn't find solution to this problem on stackOverflow (or any other

Re: httpd rewiterules like apache

2018-11-01 Thread Markus Rosjat
Hi, Am 01.11.2018 um 11:40 schrieb Tony Boston: You should definitely try the relayd(8) route here.  that would be forwarding it to the ip like  match request quick header "Host" value "*some.tld" forward to but that wouldnt solve something like RewriteRule

Re: httpd rewiterules like apache

2018-11-01 Thread Tony Boston
You should definitely try the relayd(8) route here. > On 1. Nov 2018, at 11:32, Markus Rosjat wrote: > > Hi all, > > I was wondering if it is possible to do like a proxy rewrite like with Apache > rewrite mod? > > RewriteRule ^(.*) http://some.tld/$1 [L,P] >

httpd rewiterules like apache

2018-11-01 Thread Markus Rosjat
Hi all, I was wondering if it is possible to do like a proxy rewrite like with Apache rewrite mod? RewriteRule ^(.*) http://some.tld/$1 [L,P] So here the P Flag should preserver the original domain in the url and just proxy the request to the other location (not on the same machine

Re: relayd: incomplete response from a TLS-accelerated apache

2017-05-08 Thread Maxim Bourmistrov
> Hey, > I investigate a problem were TLS-asselerated machine response is incomplete. > I was able to reproduce this on OpenBSD 5.9, 6.0 and 6.1. Test on 5.8 is > about to be. > > Following env I have: > > relay1: relayd machine > web1: apache 2.2.31 serving the r

relayd: incomplete response from a TLS-accelerated apache

2017-05-08 Thread Maxim Bourmistrov
Hey, I investigate a problem were TLS-asselerated machine response is incomplete. I was able to reproduce this on OpenBSD 5.9, 6.0 and 6.1. Test on 5.8 is about to be. Following env I have: relay1: relayd machine web1: apache 2.2.31 serving the request client1: requester relay1 is configured

Re: apache-httpd-openbsd?

2016-05-16 Thread Bogdan Andu
of Apache. hope this helps, Bogdan On Sunday, May 15, 2016 7:15 PM, Chris Bennett <chrisbenn...@bennettconstruction.us> wrote: I've had to think about it, but since everything I've written is in mod_perl, I'm going to have to switch over to Apache 2. Very little perl is written or

Re: apache-httpd-openbsd?

2016-05-15 Thread Chris Bennett
I've had to think about it, but since everything I've written is in mod_perl, I'm going to have to switch over to Apache 2. Very little perl is written or tested for Apache 1 now, so I'm going to change over to Apache 2. Thanks for the heads up a while back. It gave me a chance to think things

Re: apache-httpd-openbsd?

2016-05-09 Thread Jeff Ross
On 5/9/16 4:26 PM, Daniel Jakots wrote: On Mon, 9 May 2016 15:03:30 -0600, Jeff Ross <jr...@openvistas.net> wrote: Trying to install apache-httpd-openbsd in -current https://marc.info/?l=openbsd-ports-cvs=146186762111571=2 Hmm--I went through all of the ports@ messages looking for a r

Re: apache-httpd-openbsd?

2016-05-09 Thread Jeff Ross
On 5/9/16 4:25 PM, Fred wrote: On 05/09/16 22:58, Jeff Ross wrote: On 5/9/16 3:21 PM, arrowscr...@mail.com wrote: try pkg_add http://ftp.openbsd.org/pub/OpenBSD/snapshots/packages/amd64/apache-httpd-2.4.20p1.tgz That's apache 2.4, I want the 1.3.9 version that is, as my subject line

Re: apache-httpd-openbsd?

2016-05-09 Thread Jeff Ross
On 5/9/16 4:30 PM, Stuart Henderson wrote: On 2016-05-09, Jeff Ross <jr...@openvistas.net> wrote: Trying to install apache-httpd-openbsd in -current and it seems the package is no longer available. Correct. Options: - (preferred) migrate your configuration to a maintained http

Re: apache-httpd-openbsd?

2016-05-09 Thread Stuart Henderson
On 2016-05-09, Jeff Ross <jr...@openvistas.net> wrote: > Trying to install apache-httpd-openbsd in -current and it seems the > package is no longer available. Correct. Options: - (preferred) migrate your configuration to a maintained http server version. - install 5.9 release.

Re: apache-httpd-openbsd?

2016-05-09 Thread Fred
On 05/09/16 22:58, Jeff Ross wrote: On 5/9/16 3:21 PM, arrowscr...@mail.com wrote: try pkg_add http://ftp.openbsd.org/pub/OpenBSD/snapshots/packages/amd64/apache-httpd-2.4.20p1.tgz That's apache 2.4, I want the 1.3.9 version that is, as my subject line says, apache-httpd-openbsd. Jeff

Re: apache-httpd-openbsd?

2016-05-09 Thread Daniel Jakots
On Mon, 9 May 2016 15:03:30 -0600, Jeff Ross <jr...@openvistas.net> wrote: > Trying to install apache-httpd-openbsd in -current https://marc.info/?l=openbsd-ports-cvs=146186762111571=2

Re: apache-httpd-openbsd?

2016-05-09 Thread Jeff Ross
On 5/9/16 3:21 PM, arrowscr...@mail.com wrote: try pkg_add http://ftp.openbsd.org/pub/OpenBSD/snapshots/packages/amd64/apache-httpd-2.4.20p1.tgz That's apache 2.4, I want the 1.3.9 version that is, as my subject line says, apache-httpd-openbsd. Jeff

apache-httpd-openbsd?

2016-05-09 Thread arrowscript
try pkg_add http://ftp.openbsd.org/pub/OpenBSD/snapshots/packages/amd64/apache-httpd-2.4.20p1.tgz

apache-httpd-openbsd?

2016-05-09 Thread Jeff Ross
Hi all, Trying to install apache-httpd-openbsd in -current and it seems the package is no longer available. I cvs uped my src and ports and built the system from source but when I try to install apache-httpd-openbsd from ports I'm getting the "reading plist|Error: unknown fragment S

Re: Lanp equivalent web server working on OpenBSD no Apache

2016-02-02 Thread Edgar Pettijohn
I did and haven't had any problems. Sent from my iPhone > On Feb 1, 2016, at 11:40 PM, Dan Farrell wrote: > > Except that you state it as something people should include as part of > their proper configuration. > > Really? They should give Ted Unangst's account

Re: Lanp equivalent web server working on OpenBSD no Apache

2016-02-01 Thread bruce
I didn't, that's direct from the man page for doas.conf > On February 1, 2016 at 12:16 AM Bernd Schoeller wrote: > > > On 30/01/16 21:10, bruce wrote: > > I've been working on this for several weeks now. > > Results with instructions can be seen here: > >

Re: Lanp equivalent web server working on OpenBSD no Apache

2016-02-01 Thread Bernd Schoeller
On 30/01/16 21:10, bruce wrote: I've been working on this for several weeks now. Results with instructions can be seen here: http://tonyevil.zapto.org/serendipity/ Any feedback welcome. httpd is too new for this to be well documented, so here is my small contribution. Beyond the usual problems

Re: Lanp equivalent web server working on OpenBSD no Apache

2016-02-01 Thread Dan Farrell
Except that you state it as something people should include as part of their proper configuration. Really? They should give Ted Unangst's account access to procmap? Dan On Mon, Feb 1, 2016 at 7:19 PM, bruce wrote: > I didn't, that's direct from the man page for doas.conf

Lanp equivalent web server working on OpenBSD no Apache

2016-01-30 Thread bruce
I've been working on this for several weeks now. Results with instructions can be seen here: http://tonyevil.zapto.org/serendipity/ Any feedback welcome. httpd is too new for this to be well documented, so here is my small contribution.

Re: apache 2.4 - Missing mod_cgid.so?

2016-01-03 Thread Stuart Henderson
On 2016-01-03, Lawrence Wieser wrote: > Claudio Jeker diehard.n-r-g.com> writes: > >> You may try to build your own version with adding --enable-cgi in the >> Makefile configure flags. It seems that even configure tells that >> --enable-cgi is the default it seems it

Re: apache 2.4 - Missing mod_cgid.so?

2016-01-03 Thread Lawrence Wieser
ackages have this, but if you're on 5.8, the diff to the port is > the best option. > > Thanks Stuart. I am on the 5.8 release. Just pulled down the ports tree from -stable and did a `make update` in `ports/www/apache2-httpd`. (The diff seems to have been applied in -stable.) Apache is now running fine with mod_cgid. I appreciate the quick help.

Re: apache 2.4 - Missing mod_cgid.so?

2016-01-03 Thread Lawrence Wieser
Claudio Jeker diehard.n-r-g.com> writes: > You may try to build your own version with adding --enable-cgi in the > Makefile configure flags. It seems that even configure tells that > --enable-cgi is the default it seems it is not. Go figure... > > Also mod_cgid.so should be built but seems to

Re: apache 2.4 - Missing mod_cgid.so?

2015-10-24 Thread Alessandro DE LAURENZIS
Hi Claudio, On Fri 23/10/2015 22:47, Claudio Jeker wrote: [...] > You may try to build your own version with adding --enable-cgi in the > Makefile configure flags. It seems that even configure tells that > --enable-cgi is the default it seems it is not. Go figure... > > Also mod_cgid.so should

Re: apache 2.4 - Missing mod_cgid.so?

2015-10-23 Thread Claudio Jeker
On Fri, Oct 23, 2015 at 07:20:43PM +0200, Alessandro DE LAURENZIS wrote: > Dear misc@ reader, > > I've just upgraded my home server to 5.8, so I switched to apache 2.4 > (from 2.2); the problem is that my git server no longer works and the > root cause seems to be that httpd2

Emulate apache mod_rewrite feature with new httpd

2015-02-22 Thread Romain FABBRI
I've managed to configure the new httpd server to use as a replacement for apache. (With is really great. Thanks to Reyk !) I'm strugling to make my drupal site work, because of the clean url module. I used to have the following apache mod_rewrite configuration : RewriteEngine on RewriteBase

Re: Emulate apache mod_rewrite feature with new httpd

2015-02-22 Thread sven falempin
On Sun, Feb 22, 2015 at 5:23 AM, Romain FABBRI romain.fab...@alienconsulting.net wrote: I've managed to configure the new httpd server to use as a replacement for apache. (With is really great. Thanks to Reyk !) I'm strugling to make my drupal site work, because of the clean url module. I

Re: Emulate apache mod_rewrite feature with new httpd

2015-02-22 Thread sven falempin
*Objet :* Re: Emulate apache mod_rewrite feature with new httpd On Sun, Feb 22, 2015 at 5:23 AM, Romain FABBRI romain.fab...@alienconsulting.net wrote: I've managed to configure the new httpd server to use as a replacement for apache. (With is really great. Thanks to Reyk !) I'm strugling

Re: Emulate apache mod_rewrite feature with new httpd

2015-02-22 Thread Romain FABBRI
: sven falempin [mailto:sven.falem...@gmail.com] Envoyé : dimanche 22 février 2015 19:08 À : Romain FABBRI Cc : misc Objet : Re: Emulate apache mod_rewrite feature with new httpd On Sun, Feb 22, 2015 at 5:23 AM, Romain FABBRI romain.fab...@alienconsulting.netmailto:romain.fab

Re: Emulate apache mod_rewrite feature with new httpd

2015-02-22 Thread David Gwynne
On 22 Feb 2015, at 20:23, Romain FABBRI romain.fab...@alienconsulting.net wrote: I've managed to configure the new httpd server to use as a replacement for apache. (With is really great. Thanks to Reyk !) I'm strugling to make my drupal site work, because of the clean url module. I

Re: Best way forward w.r.t. apache/nginx/httpd?

2015-01-01 Thread Reyk Floeter
as with apache) This might be a reasonable choice, especially if the CMS you're looking at already documents how to use it with nginx. We already got some of the most common CMS / web things working. But I'm interested in examples from users who created such configurations with httpd

Re: Best way forward w.r.t. apache/nginx/httpd?

2015-01-01 Thread Clint Sand
On Mon, Dec 29, 2014 at 10:41:26PM +, Stuart Henderson wrote: On 2014-12-29, T. Ribbrock emga...@gmx.net wrote: Given the current state of development in OpenBSD, I'm now wondering what the best way forward is for me: a) Install apache-httpd-openbsd from ports and keep my

Re: Best way forward w.r.t. apache/nginx/httpd?

2014-12-30 Thread T. Ribbrock
I'll answer to this one, but I'll start with a big thanks to all who responded - some interesting points were made! On Mon, Dec 29, 2014 at 10:41:26PM +, Stuart Henderson wrote: apache-httpd-openbsd is a dead-end, it's not actively developed, ssl support is poor, third-party documentation

Best way forward w.r.t. apache/nginx/httpd?

2014-12-29 Thread T. Ribbrock
Hi all, I'm finally getting round to updating my home server (gets a fresh 5.6 install). Of course, there were a lot of changes over the past versions, one of them being the whole apache - nginx - httpd migration. My webserver has a CMS running which requires PHP and MySQL, plus a few more PHP

Re: Best way forward w.r.t. apache/nginx/httpd?

2014-12-29 Thread Jeff St. George
AM, T. Ribbrock emga...@gmx.net wrote: Hi all, I'm finally getting round to updating my home server (gets a fresh 5.6 install). Of course, there were a lot of changes over the past versions, one of them being the whole apache - nginx - httpd migration. My webserver has a CMS running which

Re: Best way forward w.r.t. apache/nginx/httpd?

2014-12-29 Thread jungle Boogie
Hi Thomas, On 29 December 2014 at 05:30, T. Ribbrock emga...@gmx.net wrote: Hi all, I'm finally getting round to updating my home server (gets a fresh 5.6 install). Of course, there were a lot of changes over the past versions, one of them being the whole apache - nginx - httpd migration

Re: Best way forward w.r.t. apache/nginx/httpd?

2014-12-29 Thread Ted Unangst
On Mon, Dec 29, 2014 at 14:30, T. Ribbrock wrote: b) Migrate to nginx This seems to be the least interesting option - not only do I have to migrate now, but once more in the future, as nginx is also on the way out (so, the same developer attention caveat applies as with apache) nginx

Re: Best way forward w.r.t. apache/nginx/httpd?

2014-12-29 Thread Marcus MERIGHI
emga...@gmx.net (T. Ribbrock), 2015.12.29 (Mon) 14:30 (CET): Hi all, I'm finally getting round to updating my home server (gets a fresh 5.6 install). Of course, there were a lot of changes over the past versions, one of them being the whole apache - nginx - httpd migration. My webserver

Re: Best way forward w.r.t. apache/nginx/httpd?

2014-12-29 Thread Edgar Pettijohn
: b) Migrate to nginx This seems to be the least interesting option - not only do I have to migrate now, but once more in the future, as nginx is also on the way out (so, the same developer attention caveat applies as with apache) nginx hasn't disappeared entirely. It's still in ports. If you're

Re: Best way forward w.r.t. apache/nginx/httpd?

2014-12-29 Thread Stuart Henderson
On 2014-12-29, T. Ribbrock emga...@gmx.net wrote: Given the current state of development in OpenBSD, I'm now wondering what the best way forward is for me: a) Install apache-httpd-openbsd from ports and keep my configuration basically as is Advantage: Less work to get everything

Re: Apache 1.3 vs. nginx vs. base httpd

2014-11-19 Thread Bogdan Andu
existing Perl installation...snip.. This is not something I want. I want to use OS's Perl distribution with tools that work directly with standard distribution. May be it is time to consider the possibility to convert Perl/Apache/mod_perl scripts to Erlang Yaws/Mochiweb/WebMachine/Cowboy or even Nitrogen

Re: Apache 1.3 vs. nginx vs. base httpd

2014-11-13 Thread Bogdan Andu
Hi, thanks for input. is the new httpd daemon ready for production? For example is it safe to migrate Perl scripts from Apache 1.3/mod_perl1.3 to httpd/FastCGI? Are Perl scripts in FastCGI evaluated in same manner like in mod_perl, or everytime a script is invoked by the server the Perl

Re: Apache 1.3 vs. nginx vs. base httpd

2014-11-13 Thread Stuart Henderson
before updating, nginx and lighttpd support it natively, and apache via a module - it isn't something new, it has been around for years, it's pretty much the only standard way to handle cgi-like scripting in a non-forking webserver. Config methods differ, but scripts should be portable between all

Apache 1.3 vs. nginx vs. base httpd

2014-11-06 Thread Bogdan Andu
Hi, There are some confusing info about which won the base-webserver in OpenBSD: In 5.6 it seems to be nginx 1.6.0 (http://www.openbsd.org/plus56.html) : Unhooked httpd(8) from build: use of nginx(8) is encouraged now. Removed Apache from base (replaced by nginx(8)).  and In current (http

Re: Apache 1.3 vs. nginx vs. base httpd

2014-11-06 Thread Jiri B
Apache from base (replaced by nginx(8)).?? There's no confusion. Search archives and/or check undeadly.org. j.

Re: Apache 1.3 vs. nginx vs. base httpd

2014-11-06 Thread Mike Burns
On 2014-11-06 09.24.24 +, Bogdan Andu wrote: 3) what would be the performance of running Perl scripts through FastCGI+httpd, compared to Apache1.3/mod_perl1.3 compared to nginx/Nginx perl module? You need to run these benchmarks yourself, on your scripts and data. -Mike [demime 1.01d

Re: Apache 1.3 vs. nginx vs. base httpd

2014-11-06 Thread lists
On Thu, Nov 06, 2014 at 09:24:24AM +, Bogdan Andu wrote: 4) will httpd be able to support Perl script processing without the need to talk to an external (FasCGI) daemon? Just my 2c about the new httpd daemon. It's brand new in 5.6, and is shaping up to be an awesome and simple server. I

Re: Apache

2014-06-02 Thread Stuart Henderson
On 2014-06-02, consultor consul...@openmailbox.org wrote: Hello list Could somebody please tell me if i should be worry for: 185.4.227.194 - - [01/Jun/2014:08:32:14 -0700] GET http://24x7-allrequestsallowed.com/?PHPSESSID=1rxsxtj500143SVM%5CRH%40%40BZPU HTTP/1.1 200 1723 The answer was

Re: Apache

2014-06-02 Thread consultor
On 06/02/2014 01:10 AM, Stuart Henderson wrote: On 2014-06-02, consultor consul...@openmailbox.org wrote: Hello list Could somebody please tell me if i should be worry for: 185.4.227.194 - - [01/Jun/2014:08:32:14 -0700] GET

Apache

2014-06-01 Thread consultor
Hello list Could somebody please tell me if i should be worry for: 185.4.227.194 - - [01/Jun/2014:08:32:14 -0700] GET http://24x7-allrequestsallowed.com/?PHPSESSID=1rxsxtj500143SVM%5CRH%40%40BZPU HTTP/1.1 200 1723 The answer was 200. Running 5.5 Release. Thanks all. francisco.

Re: Apache able to open tty

2014-01-22 Thread Giancarlo Razzolini
Em 21-01-2014 23:48, David Sticht escreveu: Ted, Thank you so much for responding. I understand all of the words you used. However, this definitely goes beyond what I have done yet. I will need for the apache server to instigate the request. I imagine I would want a vast

Re: Apache able to open tty

2014-01-21 Thread David Sticht
Ted, Thank you so much for responding. I understand all of the words you used. However, this definitely goes beyond what I have done yet. I will need for the apache server to instigate the request. I imagine I would want a vast majority of the scripting to be run via CGI as normal

Re: Apache able to open tty

2014-01-20 Thread David Sticht
to either allow the www user right to open tty or change the user running the apache daemon. I am developing a suite of intranet tools with perl to perform some network diagnostics. Does anybody have a suggestion to move me in the right direction? Sent from my iPhone

Re: Apache able to open tty

2014-01-20 Thread Ted Unangst
On Wed, Jan 15, 2014 at 14:25, David Sticht wrote: Understanding the risks I am wanting to either allow the www user right to open tty or change the user running the apache daemon. I am developing a suite of intranet tools with perl to perform some network diagnostics. Does anybody have

Apache able to open tty

2014-01-15 Thread David Sticht
Understanding the risks I am wanting to either allow the www user right to open tty or change the user running the apache daemon. I am developing a suite of intranet tools with perl to perform some network diagnostics. Does anybody have a suggestion to move me in the right direction? Sent from

Re: apache bug?

2013-10-16 Thread Stuart Henderson
the ISO file looks like ~40 MByte, but the reality is 4 GBytes. What could the problem be? storing file sizes in insufficiently sized data types.. httpd in base was patched to allow larger files to be sent, but that didn't extend to directory listings. Or I should use nginx since apache

apache bug?

2013-10-15 Thread obsd, cgi
http://i.imgur.com/9SJOrhq.png In the directory listing the ISO file looks like ~40 MByte, but the reality is 4 GBytes. What could the problem be? Or I should use nginx since apache will be obsolete? :) Thanks!

Re: apache bug?

2013-10-15 Thread Nick Holland
On 10/15/2013 11:43 AM, obsd, cgi wrote: http://i.imgur.com/9SJOrhq.png In the directory listing the ISO file looks like ~40 MByte, but the reality is 4 GBytes. What could the problem be? Or I should use nginx since apache will be obsolete? :) Thanks! More a known design limitation than

Upgrade to 5.0 from 4.x broke Apache+PHP's ability to talk to mysql.sock

2013-08-12 Thread Damon Getsman
from OpenBSD 4.x to 5.0. I'm not sure if it was on this mailing list or not, but this seems like the most appropriate place to bring it up. I had relied on several services via Apache that utilize PHP MySQL in a fairly standard configuration. Unfortunately, when I upgraded (all according

Re: Upgrade to 5.0 from 4.x broke Apache+PHP's ability to talk to mysql.sock

2013-08-12 Thread Liviu Daia
to look for the answer of this issue as I'd thought). The link was at http://philihp.com/blog/2008/connecting-to-mysql-with-php-in-apache-on-openbsd/ (2008? Certainly I must not have googled as well as I thought!), and referred to a permanent (although kludgy) solution found at http

Build Apache Cocoon 2.1.12 on OBSD 5.3/i386

2013-06-21 Thread Tito Mari Francis Escaño
Good day, On a recent project, I was trying to build Apache Cocoon 2.1.12 from source. I have already successfully installed JRE and JDK 1.7 and already ran Tomcat 7.x on it, with the objective of building and running Apache Cocoon on it, currently without success. The message I get is as follows

Re: Build Apache Cocoon 2.1.12 on OBSD 5.3/i386

2013-06-21 Thread David Coppa
On Fri, Jun 21, 2013 at 8:04 AM, Tito Mari Francis Escaño titomarifran...@gmail.com wrote: Good day, On a recent project, I was trying to build Apache Cocoon 2.1.12 from source. I have already successfully installed JRE and JDK 1.7 and already ran Tomcat 7.x on it, with the objective

Re: Problems w/apache+php+mysqld since 4.9-5.0 OpenBSD Upgrade

2013-05-27 Thread Damon Getsman
Sorry, had some guests over the weekend, and I was unable to continue with the thread for a bit. I hope you guys are willing to catch up where you left off, I still haven't been able to get apache+php+mysql working again on my server since the 4.9-5.0 upgrade, and I really need my wiki and other

Problems w/apache+php+mysqld since 4.9-5.0 OpenBSD Upgrade

2013-05-22 Thread Damon Getsman
, and it was running apache, with PHP and MySQL integrated for the purpose of serving a mediawiki, a gallery2 installation, and a few other utilities that I have had up for myself and some friends. Unfortunately, ever since I've made the leap from 4.9 to 5.0, I've been unable to get anything other

Re: Problems w/apache+php+mysqld since 4.9-5.0 OpenBSD Upgrade

2013-05-22 Thread Richard Toohey
. My primary server was a 4.9 installation, and it was running apache, with PHP and MySQL integrated for the purpose of serving a mediawiki, a gallery2 installation, and a few other utilities that I have had up for myself and some friends. Unfortunately, ever since I've made the leap from 4.9

Re: Problems w/apache+php+mysqld since 4.9-5.0 OpenBSD Upgrade

2013-05-22 Thread Damon Getsman
Richard: Not sure if I'm using the base apache or 2.2. Here's what httpd -V is showing me: Wed May 22 17:50 contract:~$ httpd -V Server version: Apache/1.3.29 (Unix) Server's Module Magic Number: 19990320:15 Server compiled with -D EAPI -D HAVE_MMAP -D HAVE_SHMGET -D USE_MMAP_SCOREBOARD

Re: Problems w/apache+php+mysqld since 4.9-5.0 OpenBSD Upgrade

2013-05-22 Thread Damon Getsman
Bryan, after doing that it appears that it's not even getting executed. I put the script into a web accessible file called debug.php, loaded it in my browser and saw a blank page. Viewing the source is showing the original ? phpinfo(); ?, leading me to believe that it is not even handing it off

Re: Problems w/apache+php+mysqld since 4.9-5.0 OpenBSD Upgrade

2013-05-22 Thread Damon Getsman
And, um, wrapping the snippet in the appropriate html head/head body? phpinfo(); ?/body /html didn't seem to help matters at all, either. :(

Re: Problems w/apache+php+mysqld since 4.9-5.0 OpenBSD Upgrade

2013-05-22 Thread Barry Grumbine
IIRC 4.9-5.0 was a little ugly, maybe you missed the PHP upgrade instructions here: http://www.openbsd.org/faq/upgrade50.html#Pkgup On Wed, May 22, 2013 at 4:44 PM, Damon Getsman damo.g...@gmail.com wrote: Bryan, after doing that it appears that it's not even getting executed. I put the

Re: Problems w/apache+php+mysqld since 4.9-5.0 OpenBSD Upgrade

2013-05-22 Thread Richard Toohey
On 05/23/13 11:44, Damon Getsman wrote: Bryan, after doing that it appears that it's not even getting executed. I put the script into a web accessible file called debug.php, loaded it in my browser and saw a blank page. Viewing the source is showing the original ? phpinfo(); ?, leading me to

Re: Problems w/apache+php+mysqld since 4.9-5.0 OpenBSD Upgrade

2013-05-22 Thread Damon Getsman
Nope, I caught the PHP upgrade instructions and I believe they've been carried out correctly. :(

Re: Problems w/apache+php+mysqld since 4.9-5.0 OpenBSD Upgrade

2013-05-22 Thread Damon Getsman
Okay, now I've got the phpinfo output. Nothing is jumpin' out at me, if y'all care to take a look at it I've got it available at bismaninfo.hopto.org/debug.php for a limited time here.

Re: Problems w/apache+php+mysqld since 4.9-5.0 OpenBSD Upgrade

2013-05-22 Thread Richard Toohey
the message you are getting - something is up with the mysql extension in your install. Check the ini files, etc. You are using the base Apache and PHP is working - you need to look at the mysql extension and find out why it is not enabled or not loading.

Re: user websites on apache chroot

2013-04-19 Thread Tomas Bodzar
good place for start http://www.openbsd.org/faq/faq10.html#httpdchroot On Fri, Apr 19, 2013 at 3:07 AM, fek...@tormail.org wrote: I want to avoid using Apache 2.x for my server and want a chroot but where users can have their own webpages. It doesn't need to be automated I'm happy to edit

user websites on apache chroot

2013-04-18 Thread fekete
I want to avoid using Apache 2.x for my server and want a chroot but where users can have their own webpages. It doesn't need to be automated I'm happy to edit httpd.conf to add each virtual server. I'd also like php to run as that user, can I run php via cgi on Apache 1.3?

default apache consumes memory

2013-04-05 Thread Bogdan Andu
Hello, I have an OpenBSD box running default apache server  that its sole task is to present data, nothing more, nothing less. The logic of the applications is handled by an app. layer that never exceeds 40 Mbytes RAM and handles concurently all the connections (tcp based) from apache children

Re: default apache consumes memory

2013-04-05 Thread Stuart Henderson
hide (but not fix) the problem. On 2013-04-05, Bogdan Andu bo...@yahoo.com wrote: Hello, I have an OpenBSD box running default apache server� that its sole task is to present data, nothing more, nothing less. The logic of the applications is handled by an app. layer that never exceeds 40

Re: default apache consumes memory

2013-04-05 Thread Bogdan Andu
. Thank you for the link, Bogdan From: Stuart Henderson s...@spacehopper.org To: misc@openbsd.org Sent: Friday, April 5, 2013 11:19 AM Subject: Re: default apache consumes memory Sounds like a memory leak (allocated memory not getting freed), I would think

Re: default apache consumes memory

2013-04-05 Thread Otto Moerbeek
To: misc@openbsd.org Sent: Friday, April 5, 2013 11:19 AM Subject: Re: default apache consumes memory Sounds like a memory leak (allocated memory not getting freed), I would think the most likely place for this is in the perl scripts you're running. http://modperlbook.org/html/14-2-6

Re: pf and apache

2013-03-01 Thread Matt Morrow
...@bradfords.orgwrote: Thus said Matt Morrow on Thu, 28 Feb 2013 23:07:30 -0600: Apache is running on a slackware box. I can access apache just fine internally by using the ip address of that server (192.168.1.70), but if I access the ip of the openbsd box (192.168.1.60) I just get

Re: pf and apache

2013-03-01 Thread Beto
on. For example, I have ssh on 6699 and I can access that both internally and externally. On Thu, Feb 28, 2013 at 11:46 PM, Andy Bradford amb-open...@bradfords.orgwrote: Thus said Matt Morrow on Thu, 28 Feb 2013 23:07:30 -0600: Apache is running on a slackware box. I can access apache just fine

Re: pf and apache

2013-03-01 Thread Pawel Jurusz
on $int_if proto tcp from $int_if:network to any port 80 received-on $int_if nat-to $int_if W dniu 01.03.2013 06:07, Matt Morrow pisze: I have pf running on an openbsd box handling port forwarding. All ports seem to forward ok except for port 80. Apache is running on a slackware box. I can access

Re: pf and apache

2013-03-01 Thread Matt Morrow
-on $int_if nat-to $int_if W dniu 01.03.2013 06:07, Matt Morrow pisze: I have pf running on an openbsd box handling port forwarding. All ports seem to forward ok except for port 80. Apache is running on a slackware box. I can access apache just fine internally by using the ip address

Re: pf and apache

2013-02-28 Thread Andy Bradford
Thus said Matt Morrow on Thu, 28 Feb 2013 23:07:30 -0600: Apache is running on a slackware box. I can access apache just fine internally by using the ip address of that server (192.168.1.70), but if I access the ip of the openbsd box (192.168.1.60) I just get an error that the server

Re: 5.2 amd64 php and apache problem

2013-02-09 Thread ole
Hi Matthias I dont know if this is any help to you, but I managed to get my php/mysql running by following the guide at: http://www.h-i-r.net/2009/10/oamp-openbsd-46-chroot-apache-mysql-php.html it worked for 5.2 as well. From that information I also made a small startup script: sudo rm /var

Re: 5.2 amd64 php and apache problem

2013-02-09 Thread Stuart Henderson
On 2013-02-09, ole ole.hellqv...@gmail.com wrote: Hi Matthias I dont know if this is any help to you, but I managed to get my php/mysql running by following the guide at: http://www.h-i-r.net/2009/10/oamp-openbsd-46-chroot-apache-mysql-php.html it worked for 5.2 as well. From

Re: 5.2 amd64 php and apache problem

2013-02-05 Thread Stuart Henderson
On 2013-02-04, Matthias Appel appel.matth...@gmail.com wrote: Activated apache, enabled ssl and changed config, so apache is reachable via IPv4 and v6...no further changes to httpd.conf Installed php-5.3.14p1.tgz and create the syslink as I were told (as far as I can see, there should

Re: 5.2 amd64 php and apache problem

2013-02-05 Thread Tomasz Marszal
by defeult the /var/www is a directory for chrooted apache and in this directory is dir htdocs try to place Your script in this directory or change this directory on other by changing apache behaviour in conf/httpd.conf On Mon, 04 Feb 2013 19:54:51 +0100, Matthias Appel appel.matth...@gmail.com

5.2 amd64 php and apache problem

2013-02-04 Thread Matthias Appel
Hi List, I have a problem with apache and php and hope you guys (and gals!) can help me. This is what I did/tried up to now. Activated apache, enabled ssl and changed config, so apache is reachable via IPv4 and v6...no further changes to httpd.conf Installed php-5.3.14p1.tgz and create

Re: 5.2 amd64 php and apache problem

2013-02-04 Thread James Griffin
-- Matthias Appel appel.matth...@gmail.com [2013-02-04 18:40:48 +0100]: Hi List, I have a problem with apache and php and hope you guys (and gals!) can help me. ... Can anybody help me to get this php thing working, I dont want to write my web-scripts in C ;-) Regards, Matthias

Re: 5.2 amd64 php and apache problem

2013-02-04 Thread James Shupe
Why is that in the cgi-bin directory to begin with? Do you have shorttags enabled in php.ini? -- James Shupe [demime 1.01d removed an attachment of type application/pgp-signature which had a name of signature.asc]

Re: 5.2 amd64 php and apache problem

2013-02-04 Thread Matthias Appel
Am 04.02.2013 19:05, schrieb James Griffin: -- Matthias Appel appel.matth...@gmail.com [2013-02-04 18:40:48 +0100]: Hi List, I have a problem with apache and php and hope you guys (and gals!) can help me. ... Can anybody help me to get this php thing working, I dont want to write my web

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