[mir-coders] missing info from LONG.INSTALL; users should not
need to type :8180
boud at riseup.net
Sun Feb 13 10:24:52 PST 2005
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This is on pl.devel.indymedia.org. zapata, piotr and i chatted on #mir
today and failed to get mod_jk to work, but we *did* get
ProxyPass/ProxyPassReverse to work.
The reason the reverse proxy failed earlier is that i hadn't done the
Going onto other stuff, zapata noted that there's a postgresql
dependency problem in some of the sql update scripts like
(on pl.devel we have postgres 7.4.7)
and he hopes to be able to fix them sometime later this week.
BTW: There are now at least two "rumours" of people having volunteered
to or actually started trying to prepare a debian script for mir -
zert_ (irc chat - this is only gossip, no confirmation ;) and
vagrant> 21.11.2002 21:40
Personally, at the moment it's unclear if i'm capable of installing
the whole of mir on even one single system (sarge), and i've never
prepared any debian packages (i've started learning autoconf tools,
but debian is another whole layer beyond autoconf, especially with all
the stuff which is nothing to do with compiling, but is more about
setting up configure files, moving/copying files, running scripts,
doing lots of sensible checks, etc etc.).
So much as i'd like to propose making the package, for the moment all
i can reasonably expect to do on a reasonably short time scale (less
than 12 months) would be to *test* any debianised packages.
There are about 70 of us on this list. Could it be possible that the
people with the different bits of knowledge - e.g. a mir guru (zapata
or ...?) together with someone (or a few people) knowing how to
prepare a debian package could get together sometime and prepare at
least a minimal package? With updated todo files for the trickier bits
requiring more work...?
Or if someone *has* prepared something, at least make that available...
Just a thought...
In any case, i'll at least try to report my comments in updated
LONG.INSTALL files and comments on the mailing lists, in the hope that
we'll converge some time...
On Sun, 13 Feb 2005, Max wrote:
>> i couldn't get either mod_jk or ProxyPass, ProxyPassReverse to get ports
>> fixed up, but i found a solution:
> On which server did you try this?
> mir-coders mailing list
> mir-coders at lists.indymedia.org
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