Thu, 09 Jan 2003 10:28:06 -0800
If I remember correctly on 1/9/03 10:14 AM Nathaniel I. Cordova wrote:
> I've heard of difficulties running Frontier alongside the Apache server, and
> while I am brave in exploring and tinkering with tech stuff, I have only 10
> days before classes start, so want to move quickly enough and learn as much
> as possible about Frontier and Manila, as I can. I want to set up the
> students early in the semester. Any hints about Apache and Frontier?
Should be able to run them both, but one of them won't be able to use port
80 (the default port for web traffic). I would think that it would be best
to set the apache server to run over a different port, say 8080 and let
Manila take over port 80. I would suggest switching the port for apache
before installing Manila.
Or you could just use your Manila install to host the departmental web site
and turn apache off all together.
"That's the true harbinger of spring, not crocuses or swallows returning to
Capistrano, but the sound of a bat on the ball." - Bill Veeck
Don Wolff- Technology Coordinator
Phoenix-Talent School District #4
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