[Mono-list] XSP 0.11 problem
Thu, 22 Apr 2004 12:24:17 -0600
Thank you. I used ./configure --prefix=3D/usr, and the mod_mono and XSP =
installed in the /usr/bin folder now instead of /usr/local/bin, as I =
wanted. However, Apache2's errorlog still indicated that Apache 2 was =
looking in the /usr/local/bin folder for both "mono" and =
"mod-mono-server". Do I have old files that need to be removed =
somewhere? A workaround was to create to symbolic links, one for each =
file that was sought.
Second, the MonoApplications directive in Apache's configuration file =
works fine. But I want my root web site to be a Mono web app. I tried =
"MonoRoot", and that didn't work. I also tried using MonoApplications =
"/:/home/Andrew/localweb/" and that failed also. Any ideas?
Thanks for your help.
From: email@example.com =
[mailto:firstname.lastname@example.org] On Behalf Of Gonzalo Paniagua =
Sent: Wednesday, April 21, 2004 10:51 AM
Subject: Re: [Mono-list] XSP 0.11 problem
El mi=E9, 21-04-2004 a las 18:37, Andrew Arnott escribi=F3:
> I had a root directory and the /mono virtual directory set up
> previously, but since upgrading to mod_mono 0.8 and XSP 0.11, I have
> noticed several issues:
> 1. The mod-mono-server.exe is compiled to /usr/local/bin rather than
> /usr/bin. According to the web page I downloaded it from, /usr/bin
> should have been its location.
Use ./configure --prefix=3D/usr
> 2. Apache 2.0.49 failed to start mod-mono-server.exe automatically.
> Maybe due to its non-standard location? But I moved =
> to /usr/bin and it still did not get loaded by Apache automatically.
If mono and xsp are installed in prefix=3D/usr, it should work. If it
fails, look at the apache error_log file.
> 3. By starting mod-mono-server.exe manually on the command line, I've
> managed to get /mono to work (the standard xsp/test directory), but my
> root web which is an ASPX set does not load up. Instead, I get the
> "Service Temporarily Unavailable" error, which seems standard for when
> the mod-mono-server.exe is not loaded.
That's a problem with file permissions that should go away if the module
successfully runs mod-mono-server.
> 4. No apache configuration files appears to have been automatically
> modified, as the web page said they would be.
If make install run successfully and you didn't have LoadModule for
mod_mono, that line is added. If it's already there, nothing happens.
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