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« on: June 05, 2006, 07:05:42 AM »

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Apache/2.2.2 (Win32) mod_ssl/2.2.2 OpenSSL/0.9.8b mod_jk/1.2.15 PHP/5.2.0-dev mod_aspdotnet/2.2 mod_perl/2.0.3-dev Perl/v5.8.8 configured
mod_security/1.9.4 configured


I'm just about done -- everything is built, integrated, configured, and working. I only have to clean up and update a few config and text files.

DeveloperSide.NET Web-Server Suite v1.17-httpd-2.2
Base:
Apache 2.2.2
PHP 5.1 (5.2-dev)
MySQL 5.0.22
Perl 5.8.8
Tomcat 5.5.17
OpenSSL 0.9.8b
zlib 1.2.3

Modules plus select configurations for:
mod_perl 2.0.2 (2.0.3-dev)
mod_security 1.9.4

mod_jk 1.2.15
mod_proxy_ajp
mod_proxy_http

mod_php5
mod_fcgid
php as cgi

mod_aspdotnet (with Registration and Unregistration scripts)

Every module has its own configuration file now -- httpd.conf is hardly touched.

A few days after this I will put out...

DeveloperSide.NET Web-Server Suite v1.17-httpd-2.0
Base:
Apache 2.0.58
PHP 4.4
MySQL 4.1
Perl 5.8.8
Tomcat 5.5.17
OpenSSL 0.9.8b
zlib 1.2.3

Modules plus select configurations for::
mod_perl 2.0.2
mod_security 1.9.4

mod_jk 1.2.15
mod_proxy_http

mod_php5
mod_fcgid
php as cgi

mod_aspdotnet (with Registration and Unregistration scripts)

From now on there will be two branches...

Development -- Apache/httpd 2.2, PHP5, MySQL5
Stable -- Apache/httpd 2.0, PHP4, MySQL4

I'll try to open up the SSL branch to as many countries as I can once I get a good list and register.

I will also put up all the modules, separately from the Suite, on the d/l page.

After this I will update the Guides for Apache 2.2 and add Guides for all the new modules. Maybe even look into the VS.NET Express build options. Many many other features are comming...
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Actually, I have been thinking about creating another package that integrates a forum, blog, wiki, cms, and other apps -- probably phpBB or SMF, WordPress, MediaWiki or TWiki, Joomla (a Mambo fork) or Drupal. Or maybe even a set of scripts that automate the process for the basic package -- sounds like a really good idea... but first I have to catch up with a few other things.
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« Reply #1 on: June 06, 2006, 09:42:44 PM »

Almost done. Updating Manual/readme1st.txt right now. Most of the httpd config work is done. Just a few more things to do.
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« Reply #2 on: June 09, 2006, 03:13:24 AM »

Ok. This should have been out a day ago but I ran into two problems, both fixed now...

1) PHP as CGI needs to have the doc_root value under php.ini cleared and this directive uncommented and set 'cgi.force_redirect = 0'.  A simple solution to a simple problem that took way to long to find -- I guess these days everyone runs PHP under mod_php.

2) mod_proxy_ajp and mod_proxy_http when called from https/SSL, and using mod_rewrite to proxy the requests seem to need the output type set to text/html -- at first it seemed like they were not working and then it hit me: I'm seeing html code output, and not source code / jsp! A quick 'AddType text/html .jsp .jspx' and it was done. Took a day of trying everything I could, reading the mod_rewrite guides, reading the bug db, etc, to figure this one out.

I also just got my first laptop in. I'm of the mindset that a laptop should not be a desktop. Something less than $1200 (unless its an IBM Thinkpad -- if you can afford it, get it). Purchased a Dell E1405, 60gig HD, 1gig RAM, 14.1in wide "true-life" screen, dual-core (Core Duo) 1.6GHz. Got a good deal on it. $710 after taxes ($50), shipping free. The day the laptop shipped, I saw Dell selling the E1505, 15.4in screen, 100gig HD, same or better specs for the same price or lower.
One thing that I have noticed with Laptop makers -- is the new fad for "true-life" type glossy screens (the new Apples are like that, I think). I made a big mistake by paying $80 for that option. The screen is absolutely terrible -- too much light leakage (is that the term ?). I'm sure its good for watching dvds in the dark (the colors are very vibrant and everything is very clear), but for what I need (text under normal/bright light), its no good. Live and learn.
Another thing, is all the pre-installed s/w... It took a solid minute and a half, if not more, to load. There is a program/script called the Dell de-crapifier that helps, but I still had to remove some of the programs myself. Now it loads in under 30 seconds, if not faster and is much more responsive. A format and a clean install should even make things better.
I tried to run the Ubuntu live-cd on it, but the i950 (intel 945?) integrated graphics chipset is not yet solid under Linux.

On to the Suite... readme1st.txt is done, now I need to undo my -- set everything as 'C:/' instead of '/' -- change. Its better the way it was before, otherwise this wont work for everyone out-of-the-box. I do not want the hassle of having the users run a s///g, search and replace, perl or grep/sed script. I'll try to get that done tonight, and look everything over one last time. Tomorrow I'll update the Inno install script, upload everything, and update the online Manual...
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« Reply #3 on: June 11, 2006, 11:29:40 PM »

Still need to get the auto-setup version built, and update the online Manual, but in the mean time...

Standard httpd-2.2...
http://www.devside.net/download/std/v1.17-apache-2.2.2-win32-x86.exe
http://www.devside.net/download/std/v1.17-apache-2.2.2-win32-x86.rar

SSL-enabled httpd-2.2...
http://www.devside.net/download/ssl/secure/v1.17-apache-2.2.2-win32-x86-ssl.exe
http://www.devside.net/download/ssl/secure/v1.17-apache-2.2.2-win32-x86-ssl.rar
(You will need to verify on the ssl-download page -- cancel download, and hit the above link(s))

READ the readme1st(-ssl).txt file.

If anyone notices anything that I have missed, whether small or large, or has any input on anything -- post here.
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« Reply #4 on: June 18, 2006, 11:19:34 AM »

Update:

I've been unable to do much of anything for the last week... I've caught some type of a stomach bug or flu, maybe both -- was as sick as I've ever been. I have finally recovered and should finish this release soon.
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« Reply #5 on: July 01, 2006, 06:56:32 PM »

httpd22 Suite release is done. Everything has been uploaded and the Download and Manual pages have been updated.
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