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Subject cvs commit: httpd-docs-1.3/htdocs/manual win_compiling.html win_service.html.en windows.html
Date Thu, 04 Oct 2001 03:30:07 GMT
wrowe       01/10/03 20:30:07

  Modified:    htdocs/manual win_compiling.html win_service.html.en
    Someone maintaining .ja.jis needs to pick up the win_service.html.en
    changes and port them ;)
  Revision  Changes    Path
  1.12      +13 -52    httpd-docs-1.3/htdocs/manual/win_compiling.html
  Index: win_compiling.html
  RCS file: /home/cvs/httpd-docs-1.3/htdocs/manual/win_compiling.html,v
  retrieving revision 1.11
  retrieving revision 1.12
  diff -u -r1.11 -r1.12
  --- win_compiling.html	2001/10/02 11:02:58	1.11
  +++ win_compiling.html	2001/10/04 03:30:07	1.12
  @@ -42,8 +42,8 @@
       <p>Note that DevStudio will only find awk.exe if its location
       is listed under the <u>T</u>ools menu <u>O</u>ptions...
  -    Directories settings for the Executable files. Add the path for
  -    awk.exe to this list, as needed.</p>
  +    Directories settings for the Executable files. Add the path where
  +    awk.exe resides to this list, as needed.</p>
       <p>Then unpack the Apache distribution into an appropriate
       directory. Open a command-line prompt, and change to the
  @@ -91,8 +91,8 @@
       date. Without a recent update, Apache will issue warnings under
       MSVC++ 5.0 that some mod_isapi features will be disabled. Look
       for the update at <a
  -    href="">
  +    href="">
       <p>Apache can also be compiled using VC++'s Visual Studio
       development environment. To simplify this process, a Visual
  @@ -126,79 +126,56 @@
       <p>The core .dsp projects built by Apache.dsw and
  -    <ol>
  +    <ul>
         <li><code>lib\expat-lite\xmlparse.dsp <em>requires
         <li><code>ApacheCore.dsp <em>requires all of the
         <li><code>Apache.dsp <em>requires ApacheCore</em></code></li>
  -    </ol>
  +    </ul>
       <p>In addition, the <code>os\win32</code> subdirectory contains
       project files for the optional modules, all of which require
  -    <ol>
  +    <ul>
         <li><code>os\win32\mod_auth_dbm.dsp <em>also requires
  +      <li><code>os\win32\mod_proxy.dsp</code></li>
  +      <li><code>os\win32\mod_unique_id.dsp</code></li>
  -      <li><code>os\win32\mod_proxy.dsp</code></li>
  -    </ol>
  +      <li><code>os\win32\mod_vhost_alias.dsp</code></li>
  +    </ul>
       <p>The <code>support\</code> folder contains project files for
       additional programs that are not part of the Apache runtime,
       but are used by the administrator to maintain password and log
  -    <ol>
  +    <ul>
  -    </ol>
  +    </ul>
       <p>Once Apache has been compiled, it needs to be installed in
       its server root directory. The default is the
  @@ -212,7 +189,6 @@
         <li><code>nmake /f installr
         INSTDIR=<em>c:\ServerRoot</em></code> (for release
         <li><code>nmake /f installd
         INSTDIR=<em>c:\ServerRoot</em></code> (for debug build)</li>
  @@ -226,49 +202,34 @@
- Apache
         Apache runtime [shared library]</li>
         Win9x console fixups [shared library]</li>
         parser [shared library]</li>
         token engine [shared library]</li>
         <li><code><em>c:\ServerRoot</em>\bin\*.exe</code> -
         Administration programs</li>
         <li><code><em>c:\ServerRoot</em>\cgi-bin</code> - Example
         <li><code><em>c:\ServerRoot</em>\conf</code> - Configuration
         files directory</li>
         <li><code><em>c:\ServerRoot</em>\icons</code> - Icons
- Apache
         header files</li>
         <li><code><em>c:\ServerRoot</em>\htdocs</code> - Welcome
         index.html pages</li>
         Apache documentation</li>
         <li><code><em>c:\ServerRoot</em>\lib</code> - Static
         <li><code><em>c:\ServerRoot</em>\libexec</code> - Dynamic
         link libraries</li>
         <li><code><em>c:\ServerRoot</em>\logs</code> - Empty
         Loadable Apache modules</li>
  1.9       +34 -10    httpd-docs-1.3/htdocs/manual/win_service.html.en
  Index: win_service.html.en
  RCS file: /home/cvs/httpd-docs-1.3/htdocs/manual/win_service.html.en,v
  retrieving revision 1.8
  retrieving revision 1.9
  diff -u -r1.8 -r1.9
  --- win_service.html.en	2001/10/02 11:02:58	1.8
  +++ win_service.html.en	2001/10/04 03:30:07	1.9
  @@ -16,7 +16,7 @@
       <h1 align="CENTER">Running Apache for Windows as a Service</h1>
       <p>Apache can be run as a service on Windows NT/2000. (There is
  -    also some HIGHLY EXPERIMENTAL support for similar behavior on
  +    also some experimental support for similar behavior on
       <a href="#win95svc">Windows 95/98</a>, introduced with Apache
  @@ -36,16 +36,17 @@
       problems running a version of Apache prior to 1.3.13 to resolve
       the issue. If you have this problem with version 1.3.13 or
       greater, first try uninstalling (-u) and re-installing (-i) the
  -    Apache service.</p>
  +    Apache service.  Better yet, upgrade to the most recent version.</p>
       <hr />
       <p>To start Apache as a service, you first need to install it
       as a service. Multiple Apache services can be installed, each
       with a different name and configuration. To install the default
  -    Apache service named "Apache", run the "Install Apache as
  -    Service (NT only)" option from the Start menu. Once this is
  -    done you can start the "Apache" service by opening the Services
  -    window (in the Control Panel), selecting Apache, then clicking
  +    Apache service named "Apache", choose the "Install as Service for
  +    All Users" option when launching the Apache installation package.
  +    Once this is done you can start the "Apache" service by opening 
  +    the Services window (in the Control Panel, hidden in "Administrative
  +    Tools" on Windows 2000), selecting Apache, then clicking
       on Start. Apache will now be running, hidden in the background.
       You can later stop Apache by clicking on Stop. As an
       alternative to using the Services window, you can start and
  @@ -63,7 +64,7 @@
       logs most errors to its own error.log file, in the logs folder
       within the Apache server root folder. You will find few Apache
       error details in the Windows NT Event Log. Only errors as
  -    Apache attempts to start are captured in the Event
  +    Apache attempts to start are captured in the Application Event
       <p>After starting Apache as a service (or if you have trouble
  @@ -83,7 +84,8 @@
       <p><strong>Note: The -n option to specify a service name is
       only available with Apache 1.3.7 and later.</strong> Earlier
       versions of Apache only support the default service name
  -    'Apache'.</p>
  +    'Apache'.  Only version 1.3.21 supports Windows 2000 ability
  +    to 'rename' the display name of a service.</p>
       <p>You can install Apache as a Windows NT service as
  @@ -176,6 +178,28 @@
       DependOnService value, double click that value if it already
       exists, and add the Rpcss entry to the list.</p>
  +    <p>Other installations may require additional dependencies.
  +    If any files required at startup reside on a network drive, you
  +    may need to first configure the service to depend on the network
  +    redirector (usually lanmanworkstation) and follow the directions
  +    below under the "User Account for Apache Service to Run As" section.</p>
  +    <p>Attempting to use both IIS and Apache, on the same port but on
  +    two different IP addresses may require the W3SVC (IIS) to start prior 
  +    to Apache, because IIS tries to glom onto all IP addresses ( 
  +    as it starts, and will fail if Apache has already started on a 
  +    specific IP address.</p>
  +    <p>Apache 1.3.21 introduces a MUCH simpler way to add a dependency.
  +    The -W "servicename" argument modifies the -k install or -k config
  +    commands to configure a dependency for Apache.  Multiple -W arguments
  +    may be given, but they should all occur after the -k option.
  +    For example, to add the LanmanWorkstation dependency to an installed
  +    "Apache" service, use this command:</p>
  +    apache -k config -n Apache -W LanmanWorkstation
       <h2>User Account for Apache Service to Run As (NT/2000)</h2>
       <p>When Apache is first installed as a service (e.g. with the
  @@ -354,7 +378,7 @@
       command. If options are required, use one of the other two
       methods instead.</p>
  -    <h2><a id="win95svc" name="win95svc">HIGHLY EXPERIMENTAL
  +    <h2><a id="win95svc" name="win95svc">Experimental
       Windows 95/98 Service</a></h2>
       <p><strong>Note: The service options for Windows 95 and 98 are
  @@ -364,7 +388,7 @@
       <p>There is some support for Apache on Windows 95/98 to behave
       in a similar manner as a service on Windows NT/2000. It is
  -    <em>highly experimental</em>, if it works (at all) the Apache
  +    <em>experimental</em>, if it works (at all) the Apache
       Software Foundation will not attest to its reliability or
       future support. Proceed at your own risk!</p>
  1.54      +17 -13    httpd-docs-1.3/htdocs/manual/windows.html
  Index: windows.html
  RCS file: /home/cvs/httpd-docs-1.3/htdocs/manual/windows.html,v
  retrieving revision 1.53
  retrieving revision 1.54
  diff -u -r1.53 -r1.54
  --- windows.html	2001/10/02 11:02:58	1.53
  +++ windows.html	2001/10/04 03:30:07	1.54
  @@ -100,10 +100,10 @@
       <p>If running on NT 4.0, installing Service Pack 3 or 6 is
       recommended, as Service Pack 4 created known issues with
  -    TCPIP/WinSock integrity that were resolved in later Service
  -    Packs.</p>
  +    TCP/IP and WinSock integrity that were resolved in Service
  +    Pack 5 and later.</p>
  -    <p><strong>Note: "Winsock 2" is required for Apache 1.3.7 and
  +    <p><strong>Note: "Winsock2" is required for Apache 1.3.7 and
       <p>If running on Windows 95, the "Winsock2" upgrade must be
  @@ -115,14 +115,16 @@
       Be warned that the Dialup Networking 1.2 (MS DUN) updates
       include a Winsock2 that is entirely insufficient, and the
       Winsock2 update must be reinstalled after installing Windows 95
  -    dialup networking.</p>
  +    dialup networking.  Windows 98, NT (Service Pack 3 or later) and
  +    2000 users need to take no special action, those versions provide
  +    Winsock2 as distributed.</p>
       <h2><a id="down" name="down">Downloading Apache for
       <p>Information on the latest version of Apache can be found on
       the Apache web server at <a
  -    href=""></a>.
  +    href=""></a>.
       This will list the current release, any more recent alpha or
       beta-test releases, together with details of mirror web and
       anonymous FTP sites.</p>
  @@ -138,18 +140,20 @@
       distributions. Windows 2000 and Windows ME are both delivered
       with the Microsoft Installer support, others will need to
       download it. Instructions on locating the Microsoft Installer,
  -    as well as the binary distributions of Apache, are found at <a
  -    href=""></a></p>
  +    as well as the binary distributions of Apache, are found at 
  +    <a href=""
  +      ></a></p>
       <p>The source code is available in the <code>-src.msi</code>
  -    distribution, or from the <a
  -    href=""></a>
  +    distribution, or from the
  +    <a href=""
  +      ></a>
       distribution directory as a <code>.zip</code> file. If you plan
       on compiling Apache yourself, there is no need to install
       either <code>.msi</code> package. The <code>.zip</code> file
       contains only source code, with MS-DOS line endings (that is
       cr/lf line endings, instead of the single lf used for Unix
  -    files.)</p>
  +    files distributed in .tar.gz or .tar.Z archives.)</p>
       <p>While the source is also available as a <samp>.tar.gz</samp>
       <samp>.tar.Z</samp> archive, these contain unix lf line endings
  @@ -222,11 +226,11 @@
       start really using Apache. However to get started quickly the
       files should work as installed.</p>
  -    <p>If you eventually uninstall Apache, your configuration files
  -    will not be removed. You will need to delete the installation
  +    <p>If you eventually uninstall Apache, your configuration and log 
  +    files will not be removed. You will need to delete the installation
       directory tree ("C:\Program Files\Apache Group" by default)
       yourself if you do not care to keep your configuration and
  -    other web files. Since the httpd.conf file is a your
  +    other web files. Since the httpd.conf file is your
       accumulated effort in using Apache, you need to take the effort
       to remove it. The same happens for all other files you may have
       created, as well as any log files Apache created.</p>

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