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Re: Advice needed.

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Subject: Re: Advice needed.
From: "Sergio Aguayo" <sergio@amilda.org>
Date: Mon, 5 Feb 2007 09:34:43 -0500 (PET)
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>
>>Are you talking about the configuration structure? If so, it varies
>>between model to model. AMiLDA itself uses a totally different
>>configuration which may very from version to version.
>>
>>
>>
> Yes.

The configuration structure is difficult to understand (even if you have
the C header containing the struct) because of many conditional compiling
macros (if this model, and not that one or this but not the other, etc).
Just use the "flash" program.

>
>>That means that webs encountered an error starting up. Usually it is due
>>to another webs instance already running or another process that has port
>>80 opened.
>>
>>
> That is not the case, sure.
>

When webs does that, it means that it encountered an error during startup.
If i remember correctly, webs does the following during startup:

- Allocate some memory for its own use.
- Figure out the document root.
- Register asp and cgi functions.
- Bind to port 80 (or whatever it is told to use)

If any of these fail, then you will experience that simpton.

Sergio



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