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Re: MINT/XAAES and apache web services

paul wratt
September 22, 2009 01:21PM
if you have not solved this yet, you should be able to do it by hand from the EasyMiNT zip.

however smiling smiley easymint is such that it handles the dependencies, so you are better of in the long run using EasyMiNT. It is up to date for the 8.12 AFROS live cd image (has FreeMiNT 1.17)

If you can handle the dependency issues yourself, you should not have to worry about "missing folders".

NOTE: you can use your HOST OS to extract the contents of the RPM's, and place them where ever you want, just understand that EasyMiNT is called easy for a reason.

BTW: I would highly recommend NOT using Apache from within Aranym, as it places an unnecessary burden on resources and the 040, especially if you are running PHP as well. You can map apache/php back inside your AFROS file structure. But it is well worth the effort just to see it working smiling smiley
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