[Mono-list] Using mod-mono from source
monoforum at my2cents.co.uk
Fri Jul 12 10:42:42 UTC 2013
I've now tried with/without the "=" using the mod-mono-server4.exe
directly, and no joy.
Did you run your source directly from Git with all the latest commits? and
if so, what date did you do it?
On Fri, Jul 12, 2013 at 10:06 AM, Martin Thwaites
<monoforum at my2cents.co.uk>wrote:
>> Hi Mike,
>> I've tried every combination of parameters I can think of, including
>> adding/removing the "=", as well as reordering (not that it should have an
>> effect, but who knows what bugs might be lurking).
>> I'll try the nonstop and root, and I'll also try running it directly from
>> the exe instead of the bash script (thinking about it, that is one of the
>> big differences and I'm actually optimistic about that being the issue as
>> looking at the code, applications is a recently added option).
>> I'll let you know how I get on, I've sent a mail to the devel list too.
>> On Fri, Jul 12, 2013 at 4:11 AM, Mike Morano <mmorano at mikeandwan.us>wrote:
>>> Hi Martin,
>>> Sorry, you are still running into problems. You are right, if you are
>>> using /usr as your prefix, you shouldn't need to worry about the
>>> ld.conf.so.d entry.
>>> When I look at the command on my running webserver, I see the following:
>>> /opt/mono-3.0/bin/mono /opt/mono-3.0/lib/mono/4.5/mod-mono-server4.exe
>>> --filename /tmp/mod_mono_server_site --applications /:/srv/www/site
>>> --nonstop --root /srv/www/site
>>> Seeing you are using the default prefix, you should be fine with
>>> /usr/bin/mod-mono-server4 as you have it. However, perhaps it doesn't like
>>> the format you are specifying the arguments (try dropping the '='), or
>>> perhaps try adding the nonstop and root arguments.
>>> Does that get you any further?
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