[Mono-osx] configuring mod_mono for apache
Tue, 26 Apr 2005 09:14:43 +0200
As I am a stupid beginner in Mac user and always on the mac site. I =
made a confusion between Panther and Tiger.
So I'm under Mac Os X 10.3 (Panther ?) and the solution of Andy works =
Thx to all and sorry for the misunderstood.
De=A0: Ian Stoba [mailto:email@example.com]=20
Envoy=E9=A0: lundi 25 avril 2005 20:21
=C0=A0: Adhamh Findlay
Cc=A0: firstname.lastname@example.org; Pierre Mignolet
Objet=A0: Re: [Mono-osx] configuring mod_mono for apache
Please excuse my desperate plea:
Some of us are bound to NDAs for Apple's developer programs and do not=20
have seed keys. This means (at least in my case) that I need to close=20
my eyes, stick my fingers in my ears, and shout "I can't hear you!"=20
whenever anyone discusses Tiger. I think I'm also supposed to hop up=20
and down on one foot. You may be too, check the small print on your ADC=20
Seriously, though, please don't mention any specifics about Tiger until=20
6:00PM on Friday when the NDA restrictions expire. My coworkers want me=20
to take my fingers out of my ears.
And yes, the merits of promotion through obscurity regarding Apple have=20
been debated ad nauseam. My concern is just not inadvertently breaking=20
the agreement I signed with them.
On Apr 25, 2005, at 10:35 AM, Adhamh Findlay wrote:
> Pierre Mignolet wrote:
>> I have compiled all by default. It seems to be in=20
>> I have launched xsp on port 8080 and try to called it, everything was =
>> Know I'm just trying to configure apache to call mod_mono.
> What build of Tiger are you running?
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