mySQL question + rev drivers
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Sat Aug 30 12:46:00 CDT 2008
I can confirm that I've been running the 2.9 engine for cgi work on
CentOS and Debian Linuxes, I've also had the latest beta (3.0)
working on OS X, without problem.
On 30 Aug 2008, at 12:04, Mark Schonewille wrote:
> Hi Jim,
> I haven't tried this myself on Mac OS X, but I believe you can use
> newer engines if you start the first line with
> #!revolution -ui
> if your engine is called "revolution".
> Best regards,
> Mark Schonewille
> Economy-x-Talk Consulting and Software Engineering
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> On 29 aug 2008, at 15:59, Jim Ault wrote:
>> According to Jaque's tutorial, the latest version of the Rev
>> engine that
>> will run with OSX Darwin is 2.1.2
>> This means that the local host is the computer you are working on,
>> and in my
>> case, I have a static IP so clients and other servers can access
>> my local
>> hosted web server. This local hosted web server is Apache/php
>> using the Rev
>> 2.1.2 engine.
>> None of the Rev engine configurations on my current web hosting
>> account work
>> even with the simple echo.mt or hello.cgi scripts.
>> Once some development and proof of concept is accomplished the
>> customer will
>> open a Dreamhost account, which does run the 2.9 engine
>> Thanks for the reply!
>> Jim Ault
>> Las Vegas
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