Could someone post me apache httpd.conf with proper php parsing?
I moved to entware recently
and I cannot get it to work :(
Date: 09 Mar 2013 00:02
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Did someone get this working? I am trying to get apache running under optware (would change to entware if necessary) but it just doesnt respond. I don´t even need php. It starts the server and listens on port 8000, but when I try to reach it, it just stays there waiting forever.
At one point I was able to do this a long time ago. I've moved over to using Nginx. Apache I feel is a bit overly complicated, and probably more resource hungry too. Currently I use nginx on a debian machine. If you're willing to give nginx a try, and can help you with getting it going since that's what I know. The victek firmware I believe is moving or has moved to using nginx for their tomatousb web services, so probably a good route to go.
Edit: your situation niko sounds pretty specific looking at your thread. Probably not too many have setup apache for svn on tomato.
LanceThePants: Thanks for your input. I would move over to nginx if i were able to setup svn over https with it. But I don´t think it supports it either. Does it?
I did manage to get svn over https with apache once, but on a debian system, not on a router running tomato. The problem is that tomato doesnt seem to support apache. And I agree, its too resource hungry for a small setup such as mine, but it seems its the only server that supports what i want to do. I guess i will have to stick with svn+ssh for now.
Some quick googling seems to show that svn over http(s) with nginx is a no go. I'm sure that it is possible to do in tomato with apache. You just may go crazy trying to figure it out though. I've spent many hours on such projects and have about gone mad myself doing so. Apache configuration files particularly are maddening.