[Mono-list] mod_mono still not working after an upgrade

Ben Clewett ben at roadrunner.uk.com
Wed Sep 26 03:53:10 EDT 2007

Hi Marek,

I am very glad that my problem is being taken seriously.

Applying the patch would be difficult as I am using the approved SUSE 
10.2 rpm file.  I did have a go, but lack apxs and some other required 
installations.  (SUSE 10.2 seems to be missing many apache/mono 
development packages?)  As well, installing source over a working SUSE 
installation I have found, from bitter experience, usually make SUSE 
fail all over the place, especially yast2.  I don't have an available 
development box.  Sorry!

I am happy to know that a fix is in the system and I will look out for 
the next apache2-mod_mono-x.x.x.i586.rpm and apply that.

In the mean while I will continue to # apache stop ; kill -9 mod_mono ; 
apache start.



Marek Habersack wrote:
> On Tue, 25 Sep 2007 14:29:13 +0100, Ben Clewett <ben at roadrunner.uk.com>
> scribbled:
> Hello
> [snip]
>> [Tue Sep 25 14:24:20 2007] [crit] Failed to remove dashboard file 
>> '/tmp/mod_mono_dashboard_XXGLOBAL_1', further actions impossible. 
>> Operation not permitted
> Can you test the attached patch by applying it to mod_mono sources and
> recompiling the module? Please let me know if it fixes your problem,
> thanks,
> marek
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