GAMPS Howto

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GAMPS is a GoboLinux/Apache/MySql/P/SSL web serving system. This document is intended to be a step-by-step manual on setting up a MySQL database server and Apache web server with PHP/Python/Perl/SSL support in GoboLinux.

MySQL

  1. First, you have to install MySQL. Fire up a console and type
    Once you've answered Compile's initial wave of questions, you should have enough time to make yourself some coffee. 
    # When the compilation has finished, you may choose a config file to use. <br/><br/>The mysql configuration is stored in /Programs/MySQL/Settings/mysql, and the config file actually used has to be named my.cnf. The default config file is my-small.cnf. If you're happy with this, go to the next step; otherwise choose one of the other config files and overwrite my.cnf with it. 
    # Now it's time to start the MySQL server. Do this by typing 
    <pre> 
    StartTask MySQL 
  1. Note:
    If the server crashes at this moment you might want to check the permissions of /Data/MySQL. Owner and group must both be mysql. You can achieve this by typing
    and starting the server again. 
    # The next step is to set a password for the mysql root user. Type <blockquote>mysqladmin -u root password mYNewpAsSw0rD
# If you want to start the mysql server automatically at boot time, type
echo 'Exec "Starting MySQL Database Server..." MySQL Start' \ >> /System/Settings/BootScripts/BootUp

# You can test your MySQL installation by typing

mysql -u root -p

If everything worked, you'll be prompted for a password, then taken to the MySQL monitor.

== OpenSSL - Part 1 ==

== Apache == # As usual, compiling is the first step:<blockquote>Compile HTTPD</pre> # After compilng, Apache should be ready to start. Just type <blockquote>StartTask HTTPD</pre> # If you want to start the Apache server automatically at boot time, type <pre> echo 'Exec "Starting Apache Web Server..." HTTPD Start' \ >> /System/Settings/BootScripts/BootUp

== OpenSSL - Part 2 ==

{{Todo|To be written.}}

== PHP ==

# To install Apache PHP Module, type

Compile Mod_PHP

  1. You have to restart Apache to load the new PHP module
StopTask HTTPD StartTask HTTPD

Python

  1. Compile the module
Compile Mod_Python
  1. Restart Apache again
StopTask HTTPD StartTask HTTPD
  1. If you use HTTPD 2.0.x you have to edit your httpd.conf (/Programs/HTTPD/Settings/httpd/httpd.conf) to load the Python module with Apache. Add the following line after the other LoadModule directives:
LoadModule python_module modules/mod_python.so AddType application/x-python-code pyo pyc AddType text/x-python py

Perl

Celebrate

You're done! All you have to do now is place your websites at /Depot/WWW/Documents

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