RevServer set-up on OSX Server
andre at andregarzia.com
Sun Dec 12 07:37:49 CST 2010
at least the revserver part worked right?
What I do here is this:
* I use superduper to make a bootable clone of my HD in an external Hard
* In the rare cases that my mac goes crazy, I reboot from the external hd
and then fix the problem.
most of the times my mac will not hang during boot but some other stuff
sometimes makes it unresponsive, for these cases, I usually use a secondary
laptop and ssh to reboot the silly apple machine.
once I was bit so badly by these malfunctions of apple computers and overall
bad service of Brazilian authorized apple techinical services (they took
four months to fix my mac and I had apple care). that for a while, I always
had two or three laptops cloned into each other as a failsafe, this way, if
one of them went dodo, I had two real hardware copies.
On Sun, Dec 12, 2010 at 6:54 AM, Keith Clarke <
keith.clarke at clarkeandclarke.co.uk> wrote:
> Thanks for playing this new game(!) but it looks like round 2 may take a
> while yet...
> I prepared my home server with a new virtual host for revserver
> development; added a dyndns host to access the server from the Internet and
> tested with my iPhone; added revserver with CGI settings, etc. So, I just
> needed a 'hello world' rev test page.
> I had a site ready in RapidWeaver that I just needed to publish, so the
> last step was to open-up local file sharing so that I could upload the test
> website from my MacBook Pro. The server appeared on my MBP's Finder briefly
> but then disappeared.
> So, I rebooted the box and now have no home server until I get to the
> genius bar to unlock the box!
> Still, better to lose my experimental home server than my company VPS!
> Do you think someone is trying to tell me something? ;-)
> On 10 Dec 2010, at 12:10, Andre Garzia wrote:
> > Keith,
> > Let us do the second round!!! :-D
> > First is this something that will be accessed from outside or is just for
> > local development?
> > Setup is basically the same, just put the revserver distribution inside
> > /Library/WebServer/CGI-Executables
> > then fix your .htaccess on the web documents folder next to
> > and put those silly add handlers there, also don't forget the ExecCGI
> > options.
> > :D
> > On Fri, Dec 10, 2010 at 8:23 AM, Keith Clarke <
> > keith.clarke at clarkeandclarke.co.uk> wrote:
> >> Hi Folks,
> >> Is there any guidance around concering how-to get OSX Server with
> >> configured?
> >> Thanks,
> >> Keith..
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