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VoodooMill



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PostPosted: Tue 24 Apr '12 3:37    Post subject: Sys Admin issues/solutions on Windows Website Reply with quote

Hello everyone. I wanted to share my website with everyone. The site has articles related to Sys Admin issues and solutions on Windows that I run into day to day. Not only will Apache be discussed, but also Perl, FTP servers, essentially anything I run into that I think might make an interesting article.

I hope you all find something useful there from time to time.

The site is http://www.eyeswidewhat.net/

Enjoy!

P.S. I spoke with Steffen before posting this to make sure it was OK.
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James Blond
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PostPosted: Tue 24 Apr '12 10:32    Post subject: Reply with quote

nice blog!

Only one notice in your howto Compiling Apache on Windows

I think the prefix parameter in the configure for openssl should be the same folder where apache installs to.
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VoodooMill



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PostPosted: Tue 24 Apr '12 20:53    Post subject: Reply with quote

James Blond wrote:
nice blog!

Only one notice in your howto Compiling Apache on Windows

I think the prefix parameter in the configure for openssl should be the same folder where apache installs to.

Hi James,

Thanks for taking the time to read and comment.

I just tried compiling both ways and both were successful. The difference being when the prefix is set to C:\Apache22 the build files for OpenSSL end up living with the final Apache installation. From what I can tell Apache doesn't need those files. At least I've not had a problem running Apache without them.
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