[ic] ready to pay for Interchange::Link help
emailgrant123b at yahoo.com
Wed Jun 23 00:02:41 EDT 2004
--- Mark Weaver <mark at americanmicroinc.com> wrote:
> Grant wrote:
> > I'm getting:
> > We're sorry, the Interchange server is
> > with the IC server running. The following says
> > is most likely due to my cgi-bin:
> > Instead of troublshooting that, it makes more
> sense to
> > me to set up the new Interchange::Link (from what
> > understand this eliminates the need for
> > since that's the configuration I want to end up on
> > anyway.
> > There doesn't seem to be any documentation on
> > and I'm looking to pay someone to help me set that
> > up(preferrably via email only). Please let me
> know if
> > you can help.
> > - Grant
> What method of installation did you use to install
> IC and what steps
> did you go through to set things up?
I used the 5.2 tarball on Gentoo Linux. My perl is
5.8.2-r1 (threads disabled), and I plan to end up on
mySQL when I'm done but I've been specifying the
default DB in makecat.
I downloaded the tarball from ftp.icdevgroup.org
directly to my server, untared it, ran ./configure
which didn't seem to finish, installed
Bundle::InterchangeKitchenSink, ran ./configure again
which didn't seem to finish again, ran makecat many
times until I got to what I think was almost the end,
moved the interchange.cfg.dist file to act as my
interchange.cfg, manually compiled the tlink and vlink
files, moved my vlink file to my cgi-bin, and followed
the instructions for changing the ownerships of the
vlink file. I might be missing something or stating
something incorrectly, but that's pretty close. I can
now start the IC server with a PID and no errors in
the error.log, but I get the IC server unavailable
message. Thanks for reading!
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