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From "Steven Pierce" <paged...@speakeasy.net>
Subject Re: frontpage extensions
Date Tue, 15 Jan 2002 18:03:48 GMT


Scott,

>From what I know of installing the FP Ext. they are not easy.  Did you get the 
instructions from RTR.com??  They are the only one that  I know of that has
instructions that are fairly easy.  I use to work for a company and everytime we
did an install of FP it was a nightmare. 

Anyone else have any better luck??

S

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On 1/15/2002 at 10:05 AM Scott Miller wrote:

>Is there an easy way to install front page extensions on an apache web
>server?  I've searched, and came up with long, drawn-out instructions, that
>don't seem to work for me.  I only have one domain that needs them, but
>there could be more in the future.
>
>Apache Version 1.3.22
>RedHat 7.2
>
>Thanks,
>Scott Miller
>
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