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mr_bond

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  • Registered on: 2008-11-07
  • Last connection: 2009-09-09

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2009-09-09

17:17 Lighttpd Support: RE: FreeBSD 7.2 Freezing, Locking on Lighttpd+php fast-cgi!!
Good, no special make flags and a very standard system.
It looks like some process is not calling wait(); properly...
mr_bond
15:24 Lighttpd Support: RE: FreeBSD 7.2 Freezing, Locking on Lighttpd+php fast-cgi!!
Hi.
Please provide output of "ps axl", from when lighttpd is actually hanging. please provide this output of PS, b...
mr_bond
09:45 Lighttpd Support: RE: How to run cgi use c
This is documented in "Docs:ModCGI":http://redmine.lighttpd.net/wiki/lighttpd/Docs:ModCGI - see the "Examples section... mr_bond

2009-09-04

08:01 Lighttpd Support: RE: Command Line Arguments?
read the manpage for lighttpd ( command: man lighttpd, if you've never used manualpages before .. ) mr_bond

2009-05-06

22:55 Lighttpd Support: RE: rewrite from .htaccess
First of all, please start using paragraphs - reading your entry was painful.
it is clear if you know regex, becau...
mr_bond

2009-04-23

09:37 Lighttpd Support: RE: Installing lighty without root access
Hi,
to build/install lighttpd you need access to use a compiler, and have permission to write to your install pref...
mr_bond

2009-02-19

15:58 Lighttpd Feature #1737: PATCH: Allow FQDN in mod_evhost path-pattern
never mind.. just a bogus comment in the source.. it's not fixed.. mr_bond
15:13 Lighttpd Feature #1737: PATCH: Allow FQDN in mod_evhost path-pattern
This is fixed in 1.4.21 with the new mod_evhost :-) This ticket can be closed. mr_bond

2009-01-12

16:17 Lighttpd Support: php-cgi no longer broken with freebsd-sendfile, on SMP-machines running 7.1-RELEASE (Was: php-cgi frozen with sbwait when SMP enable)
freebsd-sendfile worked fine for me in 6.3-RELEASE, but when I upgraded to 7.0-RELEASE I noticed same problems as des... mr_bond

2008-11-12

21:30 Lighttpd Support: RE: Where to download lighttpd for Centos?
FreeBSD is also a great, free UNIX alternative, with over 18000 software ports ready to use, but CentOS will do fine. mr_bond

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