Re: ALPHA release of apache-1.0.0-1 now available
Chris Fearnley <email@example.com>, in a magnificent manifestation of deity, wrote:
>'Michael Alan Dorman wrote:'
>>On Sun, 17 Dec 1995, Chris Fearnley wrote:
>>> This is a preliminary release. It seems to work, but I'm disatisfied
>>> with my handling of httpd configuration (basically there is none - you
>>> have to edit /etc/httpd/* by hand).
>>Hmm. That's what kept me from releasing mine.
>>Maybe we can decide what constitutes a resonable set of things to do at
>I like the idea of asking a set of questions in the postinst
>(similarly to cern-httpd). There are too many options to simply
>impose on the user some default configuration. Now, that I've got it
>compiled, I'm reading the User Guide! I plan to design some
>specifications for the /usr/sbin/httpdconfig script (when I can code
>it is another story, indeed).
I've got many parts of an apache httpd config questionnaire done but
it's not complete and needs to be cleaned up. I could probably do that
this weekend. Would you be interested in looking at it afterwards?
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