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Re: Any chance to get Apache 2.0.xx working on cygwin? schrieb am 16.06.05 16:48:42:
> > Nice thing about Apache 2.0.54 is that it compiles OOTB without any errors. Nice.
> See the other recent thread.  It will probably take some patching to
> work. 

Could you please point me to that one?

>  Off the top of my head I'd suggest having cygserver installed and
> running for both the configure/make and when starting apache, so that
> you get the IPC functions.  For testing, it will probably be easier to
> skip trying to run it as a service and get it running first when just
> starting it from the prompt.  

Yeehaw. I will not bother with the service stuff as long this thing bails out after 1 second and says "bye".

> Make sure it's not trying to switch user
> accounts though because this will not work outside of the SYSTEM
> account.  Alternatively you can try starting it from a SYSTEM-shell
> (search archives) which will simulate the service-startup environment
> and allow for easier debugging of why it won't start.

Thanks a lot. I hope I can find something in the archives...

Urmm. Well, I had it running as user Administrator (for testing only!!), host = localhost.
Isn't this supposed to work?
Before I let Apache find out the host by itself, then it took my dynIP. As this was a bit too risky and I wanted to be on the safe shore (i. e. not introducing more problems until I had the main starting problem resolved), I changed it to localhost in httpd.conf.


*Please ANYONE*: anyone who has this 2.0.xx thing running _successfully_ on cygwin, please report back here. Maybe I can learn a bit of nifty tricks from you :)

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