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Re: Done!: compile errors in gentoo 2006.1

Thanks for letting me know. What you've done is a valid thing to do.
Another option (instead of doing #2), would be to put same commands
in your .htaccess file in (for example) your ~/public_html directory
This would let you access CPPSERV servlets using something like

By the way, if you need to get some advice in real time, I usually hang
around #cppserv on irc.freenode.net.

noniko wrote:
> Hi, Ilya
> Sorry I'd been not in touch for a few weeks...
> I'm sending a good news, I could at last run CPPSERV samples!
> This is what I've done. Because I'm not familiar with including or
> loading files, I described the configurations directory in
> /etc/apache2/httpd.conf.
> 1)The content of /etc/apache2/modules.d/75_mod_cserv.conf
> 	LoadModule cserv_mocule 	modules/mod_cserv.so
> 	<Location /cserv>
> 		SetHandler cserv-handler
> 		CServUnixPath /tmp/cppserv.sock
> 	</Location>
> 2) After the description of 1),
> 	<Directory /var/www/localhost/htdocs>
> 		CServ On
> 		CServPort 9004
> 		CServHost localhost
> 	</Directory>
> Then I accessed to the URL http://localhost/IndexServlet, I could see
> the Index page and link to HelloServlet and everywhere!
> Thank you for many advices!! Now CPPSERV would be a good chance for me
> to learn C++.
> I will report you more if I got more interesting findings.
> Noniko

Ilya A. Volynets-Evenbakh
Total Knowledge. CTO

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