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Atomic Rooster 02-17-2013 04:02 PM

Installing Apache22 on PCBSD
 
This apparently should be easy but after reading EasyFreeBSD I'm totally confused. I apparently cannot AGAIN run a "make install"

I'm running PCBSD Isotope and would like to set up a practice server outside of the Jails environment. (That I seemed to have done successfully.)

Last week I thought I installed Apache from AppCafe and it appears to be in my installed software set.

I have installed the ports through System Manager. So I guess I'm working in the /usr/ports/www/apache22 directory.

Can someone point me to a good guide on how to install Apache? I'm really working toward developing a wiki which will entail installing PAMP (which I assume is the equivalent of WAMP and LAMP).

dralex 03-06-2013 05:27 AM

I've got apache working.
 
It was touch and go for a while. I found no wiki guide to help me through at all. I might be able to answer a question or two if I'm lucky.

One kicker that frustrated me was the accf_data.ko and the accf_http.ko that have to be loaded before apache will work properly. Had to google around for awhile before I found that. Otherwise it's pretty much read and run. Any other questions, feel free to ask. I'm sure someone will have an answer.

Having migrated from FreeBSD to PCBSD I much prefer the ports over the appcafe. You could do a 'make reinstall' if you really wanted to install from ports. Also a glitch for me was to insure www owned and operated apache22 and it's subdirectories. I use the group wheel, just to be sure. A third glitch for me was to insure the ip address apache was listening on was placed outside my modem's dmz. Why I don't know, but that's my setup. Your mileage may vary.

If you did install from ports you might want to think about a make then a make install or reinstall. Be sure to look over the output. As many executables are put into the /usr/local/bin directory. If your setup mirrors mine then you might want to look over the /usr/local/etc directory and the /usr/local/etc/rc.d directory for apache scripts. My install of apache22 on 9-1 Isotope put apache22 in the /usr/local/www directory.

avatar 04-05-2013 05:06 PM

When running PC-BSD, you'll probably running it as a user.
start up a terminal and do a "su" (without the quotes) and passwd
that'll brings you into /usr/home/username
1. cd
2. cd /usr/ports/www/apache22
3. do a "make config" (configure what you want)
4. do a "make install clean"
5. after finish installing do a "vi /etc/rc.conf" and enter "apache22_enable="YES"
6. cd /usr/local/etc/rc.d
7. ./apache22 start
8. start a browser: http://localhost and it should say "It works!!"

vi = an editor

I've installed on my laptop (Lenovo Edge 15) apache, Mysql-server, php and phpmyadmin, all working local without a problem.


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