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Setup SYMPA, WWS with Apache2/FastCGI on Debian/Ubuntu Edgy

Debian/Ubuntu sympa packages rely on apache1, so one may have problems running sympa on Ubuntu Edgy, for instance.
Read how to get it working here

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This simple HOWTO explains how to configure Sympa and WWS to run with Apache2 and FastCGI. FastCGI is used instead of CGI because of the performance impact it has. (Basically, CGI forks a new instance of the CGI script wheareas a FastCGI-enabled script runs as a daemon to handle requests, much like a decent system like Java Servlet API.)

2 Responses to “Setup SYMPA, WWS with Apache2/FastCGI on Debian/Ubuntu Edgy” »

  1. Comment by MyName — January 27, 2010 @ 7:40 pm

    Links doesn´t work:
    http://samokk.is-a-geek.com/wordpress/2006/11/26/howto-setup-sympa-wws-with-apache2fastcgi-on-debianubuntu-edgy/

  2. Comment by cj2003 — January 27, 2010 @ 8:19 pm

    Yes, it looks like http://samokk.is-a-geek.com is offline. I’ll leave the link in the article in case it reappears.

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