Linuxdoc Linux Questions
Click here to ask our community of linux experts!
Custom Search
Next Previous Contents

4. Final Words

Much of this information can be obtained by reading the README and INSTALL files included with the various modules. However, this document is useful in the cases which didn't work as expected for me, or else for which the installation procedure was not as well defined as I would have liked. It also has the added benefit of being one, sequential document, which should hopefully be easier to follow and understand than a slew of README files.

4.1 Credits

Phillip R. Wilson <pwilson@drew.edu>, author of mod_auth_nds, for helping me get
 mod_auth_nds to compile and install with apxs.

John Ash <jash@wwc.edu>, my boss, for all sorts of help and of course, a job.

Marcus Faure <marcus@faure.de>, author of the Apache SSL PHP/FI frontpage mini-
 HOWTO, whose document this one is loosely based on.

4.2 Contact Information

If you find any blatant errors in this document, spelling, grammatical, content or otherwise, please don't hesitate to drop me an email. You can get ahold of me via a number of means.

Ray Van Dolson
Email: <url url="mailto:rayvd@firetail.org" name="rayvd@firetail.org">
IRC: DALnet, #Bludgeon (nick Variant)

4.3 Anything Else

Everything mentioned in this document will eventually be available for ftp from ftp.wwc.edu/pub/apache. I will have everything laid out as described above, and hopefully installation scripts to install everything from scratch. (A very dumb script mind you).


Next Previous Contents