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markus1982 01-12-2003 03:35 PM

chrooting apache v2 (php, ssl, perl support) ; perl configuration
Does anybody have experience on that ? There is some kind of nice document there but when it comes to things like sendmail and probably other things it can be difficult.

The only workaround I have is the same as the one in the document mentioned, create a script that will write the stuff somewhere and create a cronjob which will send off all the data ... and of course change the sendmail_path variable in the php.ini

Anybody has a better solution ?

Are there any other things enabled by default that would need such a workaround ? How to tell perl where sendmail relies or easier, can you DEFINE a mailserver?

Anything other I should take care of ?

mire 01-26-2003 08:08 AM

user mode linux is a good solution but I see you're running freebsd ;)

markus1982 01-26-2003 02:07 PM

Well on the server I might use OpenBSD or Debian ... not sure yet!

mire 01-26-2003 06:15 PM

use debian

I use it and lots of people in germany are using it

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