Even if you compiled zope...on a PII 450 it only took a few minutes...

and the process was (minus the apache stuff)...

get source tar.gz

unpack in a location

run python w_pcgi (or python wo_pcgi) (wo or w is dependant on if you want 
pcgi or not...you probably want wo_pcgi)

chown -R user.group of the account who will use zope

./start

done... (I probably forgot a step...but the README/docs are very clear on how 
to set it up)

On Wednesday 20 December 2000 12:44 pm, Jonathan \(ListServ Account\) wrote:
> > Well, I found it but - It's compiled against an older glibc...
> >
> > Oh well. Looks like I'll miss the deadline to get the demo up, Unless
> > someone has some magic to pull somehow.
>
> Uncle Jonathan's Magic Zope Recipe is here ;)
>
>  - Get a binary release of Zope and unpack into
>    /usr/local for example.
>  - Install Apache if you haven't got it already.
>  - Do a search for 'apache' on Zope.org and locate
>    the proxypass howto.
>  - Read and implement proxypass.
>
> Shouldn't take more than about 30 minutes. Magic no? ;)
>
> Cya
> Jonathan
>
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