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[BLU] RPM and Apache-SSL (was The MicroOptical display)

I've just recently built Apache-SSL from Apache and OpenSSL.  Kind of a pain. 
And I'll do it agin next week.  But compiling in mod_perl and mod_php is a
relative cinch.

What was the suggestion about MySQL?  

I use Apache/Apache-SSL and MySQL with JSP and servlets at work.  I think the
RPM idea is a good one, even if it excludes non-RPM-aware distros.   I'm
interested if there's anything I could do to help.

David Kramer wrote:
> I would like to expand on my support for (I think) Chris's suggestion of
> an Apache/(MySql|Postgress)/PHP meeting, ideally also covering
> Apache-SSL.  What would be really cool would be if we could, during the
> course of the meeting, build our own 586 RPM from Apache-SSL/MySql/PHP
> from tars or SRPM's.  That way the meeting could double as a tutorial on
> building RPM's, which I've never done.  And, of course, we would all
> have a massively useful RPM which I have yet to see pre-built.  There
> seems to be lots of steps to getting these all compiled together, with
> the order very dependant.  Maybe even add in perl.
Scott Stirling
West Newton, MA
sstirlin at
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