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Re: Updated OpenBSD Install Page
- Subject: Re: Updated OpenBSD Install Page
- From: Chris Bennett <..hidden..>
- Date: Sun, 24 May 2009 09:17:03 -0500
Chris Bennett wrote:
I've tried to find a tutorial that explained it, but I can't find
anything that clearly explains what sed -i.orig does. Its sort of
obvious what needs to happen, but substituting the current directory for
WORKING_DIR won't work in Apache. What Does this script actually produce
as output on another operating system?
I have updated my page for installing LedgerSMB on OpenBSD 4.5.
I think this page is now pretty complete from start to finish, assuming
someone can handle actually getting OpenBSD installed itself!
The page is at http://www.ledgersmb.info/OpenBSD_Install.html
Overall, once I got everything pulled together, installing on OpenBSD
seems pretty straightforward, but I found some issues.
sed -i doesn't work in OpenBSD
I played around with ledgersmb-httpd.conf but I finally just gave up and
just stuck a few changes directly into httpd.conf.
OpenBSD's version of Apache uses suexec, so it seems preferable to go
ahead and make a user/group just for ledgersmb.
Of course, having a separate ||ledgersmb-httpd.conf seems preferable to
Ok, a fresh day and got everything to work in ledgersmb-httpd.conf, but
not using configure_apache.sh. Only needed to make a few small changes
directly in httpd.conf.
Still think it is best to create a separate user/group for ledgersmb,