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From field...@hyperreal.org
Subject cvs commit: apache-1.3/htdocs/manual windows.html
Date Sun, 10 Jan 1999 05:47:08 GMT
fielding    99/01/09 21:47:08

  Modified:    htdocs/manual windows.html
  Log:
  Fix typos, update for new makefiles.
  
  Revision  Changes    Path
  1.25      +26 -26    apache-1.3/htdocs/manual/windows.html
  
  Index: windows.html
  ===================================================================
  RCS file: /home/cvs/apache-1.3/htdocs/manual/windows.html,v
  retrieving revision 1.24
  retrieving revision 1.25
  diff -u -r1.24 -r1.25
  --- windows.html	1998/10/22 20:48:40	1.24
  +++ windows.html	1999/01/10 05:47:07	1.25
  @@ -17,7 +17,7 @@
   <H1 ALIGN="CENTER">Using Apache With Microsoft Windows</H1>
   
   <P>This document explains how to install, configure and run
  -   Apache 1.3b6 and later under Microsoft Windows. Please note that at
  +   Apache 1.3 under Microsoft Windows. Please note that at
      this time, Windows support is entirely experimental, and is
      recommended only for experienced users. The Apache Group does not
      guarantee that this software will work as documented, or even at
  @@ -132,19 +132,6 @@
   
   <P>
   
  -<BLOCKQUOTE>
  -<STRONG>Important note for 1.3b6 installs</STRONG>: the above only
  -applies for 1.3b7 and later. In 1.3b6 the installer would overwrite
  -any existing <SAMP>httpd.conf</SAMP>, <SAMP>access.conf</SAMP>,
  -<SAMP>srm.conf</SAMP> or <SAMP>mime.types</SAMP> files in the
  -<SAMP>conf</SAMP>, and will also overwrite your
  -<SAMP>index.html</SAMP> file in the <SAMP>htdocs</SAMP> directory.
You
  -should copy these files or directories before installing Apache 1.3b6
  -or install into a new directory.
  -</BLOCKQUOTE>
  -
  -<P>
  -
   After installing Apache, you should edit the configuration files in
   the <SAMP>conf</SAMP> directory as required. These files will be
   configured during the install ready for Apache to be run from the
  @@ -269,8 +256,8 @@
   
   <H2><A NAME="cmdline">Running Apache for Windows from the Command Line</A></H2>
   
  -The Start menu icons and the NT Service manager can provide an simple
  -interafce for administering Apache. But in some cases it is easier to
  +The Start menu icons and the NT Service manager can provide a simple
  +interface for administering Apache. But in some cases it is easier to
   work from the command line.
   
   <P>
  @@ -295,27 +282,27 @@
   effect on Apache's behavior.
   
   <P>
  -Under windows, when invoked from the start menu or the Service Manager Apache is
  -usually passed no arguments.  So using the registry entry is the perfered
  +When invoked from the start menu or the Service Manager, Apache is
  +usually passed no arguments, so using the registry entry is the preferred
   technique.
   
   <P>
   During a binary installation, a registry key will have
   been installed, for example:
   <PRE>
  -  HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE\Software\Apache Group\Apache\1.3.1\ServerRoot
  +  HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE\Software\Apache Group\Apache\1.3.4\ServerRoot
   </PRE>
   
   <P>
   This key is compiled into the server and can enable you to test 
   new versions without affecting the current version.  Of course
   you must take care not to install the new version on top of the
  -old version in the file system.  You can not run two invocations
  +old version in the file system.  You cannot run two invocations
   of Apache on Windows simultaneously.
   
   <P>
   If you did not do a binary install then Apache will in some
  -senarios complain that about the missing registry key.  This
  +scenarios complain that about the missing registry key.  This
   warning can be ignored if it otherwise was able to find it's
   configuration files.
   
  @@ -344,7 +331,7 @@
   
   <P>
   
  -To install Apache as a Windows NT service as follows:
  +You can install Apache as a Windows NT service as follows:
   
   <PRE>
       apache -i
  @@ -359,7 +346,7 @@
   
   <H2><A NAME="signal">Signalling Apache when running</A></H2>
   
  -On Windows 95 Apache runs as a console application. You can tell a
  +On Windows 95, Apache runs as a console application. You can tell a
   running Apache to stop by opening another console window and running
   
   <PRE>
  @@ -410,13 +397,19 @@
      <CODE>src</CODE> subdirectory of the Apache distribution.</P>
   
   <P>The master Apache makefile instructions are contained in the
  -   <CODE>Makefile.nt</CODE> file. To compile Apache, simply use one of
  -   the following commands:
  +   <CODE>Makefile.nt</CODE> file. To compile Apache on Windows NT, simply
  +   use one of the following commands:
   <UL>
   <LI><CODE>nmake /f Makefile.nt _apacher</CODE> (release build)
   <LI><CODE>nmake /f Makefile.nt _apached</CODE> (debug build)
   </UL>
   
  +<P><em>(1.3.4 and later)</em> To compile Apache on Windows 95, use one
of
  +<UL>
  +<LI><CODE>nmake /f Makefile_win32.txt</CODE> (release build)
  +<LI><CODE>nmake /f Makefile_win32_debug.txt</CODE> (debug build)
  +</UL>
  +
   <P>These will both compile Apache. The latter will include debugging
      information in the resulting files, making it easier to find bugs and
      track down problems.</P>
  @@ -454,8 +447,15 @@
   <LI><CODE>nmake /f Makefile.nt installd INSTDIR=<EM>dir</EM></CODE>
    (for debug build)
   </UL>
  +or, for Windows 95 (1.3.4 and later), use one of:
  +<UL>
  +<LI><CODE>nmake /f Makefile_win32.txt install INSTDIR=<EM>dir</EM></CODE>
  + (for release build)
  +<LI><CODE>nmake /f Makefile_win32_debug.txt install INSTDIR=<EM>dir</EM></CODE>
  + (for debug build)
  +</UL>
   
  -The dir argument to INSTDIR gives the installation directory. The can
  +The dir argument to INSTDIR gives the installation directory; it can
   be omitted if Apache is to be installed into <SAMP>\Apache</SAMP>.
   
   <P>This will install the following:</P>
  
  
  

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