On Thu, 12 Apr 2001, you wrote:
> On Thu, Apr 12, 2001 at 06:33:12AM -0700, tompoe wrote:
> > I asked this on the SuSE list, but would like to now move forward and seek the
> > experts' opinion, here, if I may:
> > I'm running SuSE7.0, which uses Yast to install packages. Apache and mod_perl
> > along with MySQL are easily installed with this setup. Now, anyone have any
> > experience with adjusting the configurations to run Slashcode? Also, would it
> > be better to use .tar.gz or rpm to install Slashcode? I'm leaning towards
> > .tar.gz, but would like your input, please. Thanks, from this humble newbie.
> > Tom
> > P.S. I'll be using it to track gov procurement messages, if that makes a
> > difference.
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> The RPM was built on a Redhat 7 machine. I don't know the differences
> between SuSE and Red Hat these days (does SuSE still keep the init in
> /sbin/init.d ?) but I imagine that could throw you for a loop.
> I'd recommend the tarball for now, although making a SuSE rpm wouldn't be
> difficult. It would just require access to a SuSE machine, which is
> something I don't have atm, and some minor tweaking to the rpm spec file.
Hey, Cowboy - - - Oh, no, that greeting's usually something coming from cute,
single, young, rich girls. Anyway, I have a mish-mash setup here, but, you're
welcome to dial in on pcaw [if you have it] from Windoze, then access the linux
box that way. I've got vnc working on the linux box, and can set up the
Windoze box also. Or, if you want the CD's for SuSE7.0Pro, I can either get a
copy made or send them to you for the project you describe above. What's your
flavor? Thanks, Tom
P.S. in the meantime, it sounds like .tar.gz is the next step for me.