Redhat 9, lampp error and webmin autostart

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Redhat 9, lampp error and webmin autostart

Postby Reputer » 10. April 2003 21:34

I stil get an error after installing the patch:

Starting LAMPP 0.9.9a...
LAMPP: Sta[/b]rting Apache with SSL...
LAMPP: Starting MySQL...
LAMPP: Starting ProFTPD...
Incorrectly built binary which accesses errno, h_errno or _res directly. Needs to be fixed.
LAMPP started.

Is that a problem coase lampp runs fine i think :?

The final Question is how do i set webmin to autostart with redhat 9?

Thanx repute[/b]

Postby Oswald » 11. April 2003 01:06

Dear repute!

The error message is harmless. It's not very good style but you can ignore it. I need to recompile ProFTPD in a way it will still work on "normal" Linux distribution and on RedHat 9. And to fit this all is not easy. I hope I will fix it in the upcoming 1.0 release of LAMPP.

Autostart of webmin is also not easy. Okay, it's not a big problem. But it's to difficult to explain it here without having direct access to your computer (knowing the configuration of your system etc.)

LAMPP 1.0 will also start webmin automatically (if installed and wanted). I already programmed this and it works on my development system. So please wait some days... but I'm not sure when I'm able to release the new version.

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Postby Reputer » 11. April 2003 13:29

Ok I wil wait :lol:

I have now my real own server and I love your work :!:
Now its possible to handle my own linux web and ftp server for real in no time :!:

Hangloose and geep the good work up :wink:

When wil it be ready?

Postby Guest » 08. May 2003 09:44

Dear Kai Seidler,

Im realy curious about the 1.0 version with the webmin in it.
Do you have a date in mind when it wil be ready?

Greets Repute!

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