Dragonfly and Lighttpd?

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kanen
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Dragonfly and Lighttpd?

Post by kanen »

Anyone have a suggestion for getting web pages working with Lighttpd and Dragonfly?

In the case of PHP, it's pretty easy.

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fastcgi.server = ( ".php" => ((
                     "bin-path" => "/usr/bin/php-cgi",
                     "socket" => "/tmp/php.socket"
                 )))
But, Dragonfly has me wondering what the best approach would be to make this happen.

I've read through the parts of Dragonfly which talk about setting up Apache, but -- obviously -- Lighttpd is a bit different.

Put another way -- Does anyone have an example lighttpd.conf file that works with Dragonfly.
. Kanen Flowers http://kanen.me .

hilti
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Re: Dragonfly and Lighttpd?

Post by hilti »

Hi Kanen,

although I've not installed lighttpd I think You've to fix to things when working with Dragonfly:

1. The included .htaccess doesn't work with lighttpd, because it's Apache syntax

Here are some hints on that
http://redmine.lighttpd.net/boards/2/topics/1342
http://stackoverflow.com/questions/6238 ... ttpd-rules

2. Then You need to get newLISP cgi working.

Hope that helps a bit.

Marc
--()o Dragonfly web framework for newLISP
http://dragonfly.apptruck.de

hilti
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Re: Dragonfly and Lighttpd?

Post by hilti »

Hi Kanen,

although I've not installed lighttpd I think You've to fix two things when working with Dragonfly:

1. The included .htaccess doesn't work with lighttpd, because it's Apache syntax

Here are some hints on that
http://redmine.lighttpd.net/boards/2/topics/1342
http://stackoverflow.com/questions/6238 ... ttpd-rules

2. Then You need to get newLISP cgi working.

Hope that helps a bit.

Marc
--()o Dragonfly web framework for newLISP
http://dragonfly.apptruck.de

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