[Mono-list] mod_mono, apache2, and red carpet (Service Temporarily Unavailable)

Giuseppe Greco giuseppe.greco@agamura.com
Tue, 20 Jan 2004 09:48:58 +0100 (CET)


You are right, the user running apache and the user running
mod-mono-server MUST have read/write permissions on the
/tmp/mod_mono_server file, ... but these permissions must
be set AFTER mod-mono-server has been started!

For instance, to get mod_mono running, you must proceed
as following:

1. If /tmp/mod_mono_server already exists, remove it;

2. Start mod-mono-server in background. This causes
   the file /tmp/mod_mono_server to be created;

3. chmod 777 /tmp/mod_mono_server (or set read/write
   permissions just for the user running apache and the
   user running mod-mono-server);

That is it!

I hope that helps,

> hi, i really need your help.
> I am trying to install mod_mono with apache2 on redhat9
> and i have the same message "service not available."
> the file /tmp/mod_mono_server has the permission to be read and write from
> apache and mod-mono-server user.
> what else i can do?
> the mod_mono downloaded and installed by red carpet
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Giuseppe Greco


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