I struggled with my install as well. The documentation is quite helpful
iff you follow the directions to the letter. I had a helluva time
getting it to work using mod_perl and mod_so. I have installed apache
many times, and it seems odd that my troubles would reside here, but
Soon after pulling my hair out, I took a deep breath and started over
with the install. But this time I followed to instructions word for
word, and it worked flawlessly.
On Tue, 2002-04-02 at 13:20, Jason Huckaby wrote:
> Ronald Petty wrote:
> > I just tried to install slash (latest release), but there is no docs
> > on where or how to install. Am I blind or am I supposed to go
> Yes, you are blind :) - (kidding! - you asked)
> There is an excellent reference book available from O'Reilly - it was
> written by the authors of Slashcode - "Running Weblogs with SLASH".
> Also, check the "help" menu item on your newly installed website once
> you login. Lots of good stuff there. The install doc should have some
> Lastly, the searchable archives at http://sourceforge.net/search/ are
> pretty good for searching previous mailing list discussions. Lastly,
> check slashcode.com too.
> good luck!
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