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From: Ian Bicking <ianb@co...> - 2002-10-27 07:11:56
Did you figure this out? I wasn't sure of the order of your messages.
I think you want to access http://localhost/wkcgi.exe/ (not wkcgi.cgi).
Someone else who uses Windows will be able to explain better.
On Sat, 2002-10-26 at 20:44, Bob Gailer wrote:
> Please help. I am very eager to try out WebWare; and am very frustrated by
> what seems to be a need to know a lot of stuff that I don't know. I'm
> running IIS 5.0 on Win2K Server, WebWare version 0.7. Since I only have
> experience with binaries I can't use at the moment anything from CVS,
> since, as I figured out, it source only. Is there a tutorial or guide
> somewhere as to how to work with source files.
> I started the appserver. I downloaded wkcgi.exe and put it in
> c:\inetpub\wwwroot, then tried http://localhost/wkcgi.cgi. Result:Page
> cannot be found. http://localhost/blah.html works fine, telling me that IIS
> is doing OK. I don't know where else to put wkcgi.exe or what else to change.
> I did try creating a cgi-bin directory under wwwroot, set its IIS
> permissions to execute, and put wkcgi.exe in it. Still Page cannot found.
> Bob Gailer
> 170 Forsythe Rd
> Nederland CO 80466
My recommendation: forget about using either py2exe or Installer. For best
performance with IIS, use wkcgi.exe. If you really want to use the Python
cgi adapter, just use PythonLauncher:
http://www.cybercode.dk/tw/PythonLauncher.html but be aware that it'll be a
lot slower than wkcgi.exe.
> -----Original Message-----
> From: Bob Gailer [mailto:ramrom@...]
> Sent: Saturday, October 26, 2002 2:56 PM
> To: webware-discuss@...
> Subject: [Webware-discuss] Gordon McMillan's Standalone utility
> For IIS the instructions say "Use Gordon McMillan's
> Standalone utility,
> which is part of his Installer package,.." I
> downloaded installer_5b4.zip
> <http://www.mcmillan-inc.com/dnld/installer_5b4.zip> from
> http://www.mcmillan-inc.com/dnld/. I can't find anything in it called
> Standalone. When I attempt to go thru the steps in Installer
> Release 5
> Getting Started all I do is get lost, around III - Create a spec file
> for your project.
> What am I missing? What should I be doing? How can the WebKit
> documentation be improved to avoid this confusion?