Ok.... When I logout, the AppServer stops responding. Is there a way
to start the AppServer so that it doesn't depend on my login to continue
responding to requests..? Or am I starting it alltogether wrong?
I've just been doing ./AppServer & as root, but as I said, that stops
responding once I close my ssh session..
From: Kevin Hanser=20
Sent: Friday, May 16, 2003 14:04
To: Edmund Lian
Subject: RE: [Webware-discuss] problems with psp pages...
Hmmm... That's odd that the links didn't work. I'm not sure why, it
looks like the AppServer stopped responding...?
I have stopped and restarted it now, so the links should work now.
From: Edmund Lian [mailto:elian@...
Sent: Friday, May 16, 2003 11:57
To: Kevin Hanser
Subject: Re: [Webware-discuss] problems with psp pages...
Kevin Hanser wrote:
> I have a client who has some psp pages that they need to be able to
> on their Apache web server. I searched around on the web, and came=20
> across the Webware Webkit, and I believe this is the proper product
> I need to get these pages working.
I would not automatically assume that the PSP pages your client wants to
run were for Webware/WebKit. There are actually quite a few completely=20
unrelated efforts out there to implement some kind of PSP style=20
solution. This could be your problem.
I tried to go to your links to take a look, but can't get to them at
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