CGI engines for Linux

Mark Talluto revlists at canelasoftware.com
Thu May 13 13:33:07 CDT 2004


I have a mirror of most of the MC engines at:  
<http://www.canelasoftware.com/mcmirror.html>

-Mark Talluto


On May 13, 2004, at 9:01 AM, Pierre Sahores wrote:

> Hi Alejandro,
>
> Do you mean Linux x86 ? I don't have any, here. I can send you one, 
> tomorrow, from the office. But if you can find a standard MC 2.5 issue 
> on a friendly mirror, this will be the same as the one i will send (MC 
> 2.5 works, in its standard issue, as well in graphical mode trough its 
> X11 IDE, than in console mode where you can use it as CGI  engine or 
> to run sockets-driven backgrounder deamons).
>
> Best, Pierre
>
> Le 13 mai 04, à 16:35, Alejandro Tejada a écrit :
>
>> CGI engines for Linux
>>
>> Hi Developers,
>>
>> I've been installing the REV and MC engines for
>> cgi in a Linux server. They do not work because
>> they require additional libraries that are not
>> installed.
>>
>> I remember that participants in this list had
>> mentioned that early releases of these engines
>> do not require these additional files in the
>> Linux server.
>>
>> Could someone compress and send me a copy of
>> these engines to this mail: capellan2000 at tricom.net
>> Or better yet, sent me a link to download?
>>
>> Thanks in advance.
>>
>> al
>>
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