RevCGI Hosts?

J. Landman Gay jacque at hyperactivesw.com
Mon Feb 18 22:00:13 EST 2008


Chipp Walters wrote:
> Well, I've decided to try out JaguarPC and the least expensive option. So,
> exactly which version of the Rev engine do I install? I suppose it's a Linux
> one, and I suppose I put it in the cgi-bin folder. The latest one available
> from the RunRev site is 2-6.1, so do I just put the revolution.x86 file
> there?

Yes.

> And what about licensing-- do I have to worry about that?

No.


> Also, do I
> include all the .dlls like ssleay.dll or libeay32.dll?

No, you don't need anything but the engine.

> 
> I can't find any of this in any of the tutorials.

<http://www.hyperactivesw.com/cgitutorial/intro.html#Installing>

"make a copy of your Revolution application and place it in the cgi 
folder on your server. If you are running Apache, this is most likely a 
folder called "cgi" or "cgi-bin" located in your main web directory. You 
do not need to install any additional stacks — only the Revolution 
executable is required."

;)


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Jacqueline Landman Gay         |     jacque at hyperactivesw.com
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