On Thu, Mar 18, 2004 at 11:42:02PM -0600, Mulugeta Maru wrote:
> Please help me clarify two section of the WebKit Install Guide ( I am
> running webware on a windows 2000 machine).
> 1. Renaming Adapters - I tried to rename wkcgi.exe to wkcgi.cgi and it
> does not work with the changed file name. At this point I am not even
> clear on why I should change the name. I changed it because it was
> suggested in the guide. Any thoughts on this issue.
> 2. Adapter Problems (not CGI) - I am having understanding this
> section. I am using mod_webkit2. What does the following mean:
> The name that you give to the adapter location in your Apache
> configuration file must not actually exist in your apache document
> root. Also, you may not have a file or directory in your document root
> with the same name as one of WebKit's contexts. So, you can't have a
> directory named Examples in your document root.
I am running webware on linux-gentoo, so my words might not be just yours.
But as far as I got understood, the httpd.conf has <Location /WK> which
is connected to webkit that is referring to your working directory.
So if your working directory is outside the documentroot, then there
should not exist the same name in your web root, which cause conflicts.
The apache docs about Location would give you some hints on this matter.
The easy way is just use
python Webware/bin/MakeAppWorkDir.py -l --cvsignore -c contex /path/to/your_new_working_directory
Hope that it could solve your problem.