From: Gary Perez <gary.perez@as...> - 2004-08-03 21:54:41
Just in case anyone is interested in running WebKit on an OS X machine,
I've posted pretty thorough instructions on how to do it.
OS X 10.3.4 (Panther) or OS X Server 10.3.4 with Apache/1.3.29
(Darwin), Python 2.3 and Webware 0.8.1.
They cover initial installation, config. of WebKit.cgi, mod_webkit,
httpd.conf and launching AppServer at boot. Although, I don't think the
bootstrapped daemon method to launch AppServer at boot is a good idea,
since it runs AppServer as root... and that's probably bad.
Anyway, any comments and/or suggestions welcomed. Hope it helps someone
If there's a better place for this to exist, please let me know.
From: Mark Phillips <mark@mo...> - 2004-08-04 15:55:28
On Aug 3, 2004, at 2:54 PM, Gary Perez wrote:
> Hi, all.
> Just in case anyone is interested in running WebKit on an OS X
> machine, I've posted pretty thorough instructions on how to do it.
This is a great resource that arrived just in time for me. I followed
the link to your installation notes for Linux, which I had not found
Mophilly & Associates
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