These are instructions for installing NeoWebScript, an extension of the fabulously popular Apache webserver. This is release 3.3, and is delivered along with Apache 1.3.12.
After you have unpacked this release, execute the following commands:
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Once this is done, the server will be installed and ready to go with a few
/usr/local/apache Server root. /usr/local/apache/bin Location of the server binaries to start/restart/stop the server. /usr/local/apache/cgi-bin The directory where cgi-bin files, if any, are stored. /usr/local/apache/conf The main directory where all of Apache's configuration files are stored. /usr/local/apache/htdocs The location of your document tree. This is where all your html files should go. /usr/local/apache/html The location of some Tcl documentation in html format. /usr/local/apache/icons The default directory where icons for the server are stored. /usr/local/apache/include A directory of include files for compiling new source. /usr/local/apache/lib The directory where Tcl stores its necesary libraries. /usr/local/apache/libexec Apache's directory for storing libraries. /usr/local/apache/licenses Files containing the licenses for packages installed by NeoWebScript. /usr/local/apache/logs The main directory where logs for the server are stored. /usr/local/apache/man The directory where Tcl stores its manual pages. /usr/local/apache/neowebscript The location of all the NeoWebScript Tcl source files.
Once the install has completed, you should be able to start your server by calling: /usr/local/apache/bin/apachectl start If the server doesn't start, see the Troubleshooting section of this documentation.
Adding NeoWebScript to your existing Apache server
This release should pretty much drop into an existing Apache 1.3.12 tree with relatively minor effort. You will need the following components installed on your server:
If you encounter any problems with this install that you cannot figure out from the documentation provided, please contact us at email@example.com and describe the problem in as much detail as possible. We try our best to make sure that the server will install on most all systems and under as many conditions as possible.