cvs -d /web/src/appareltrak init
vi /etc/group ... create cvs group
chmod 775 /web/src/appareltrak
cd /web/src/appareltrak
chgrp -R cvs .
chmod ug+rwx . CVSROOT
cd /web/apptrak/cgi-bin
cvs import -m "initial import into CVS" appareltrak jrandom start

to get mod_perl-1_21_03_tar.gz to compile your need the LWP:UserAgent mod 
that comes in libwww-perl5_46.tgz ... libwww-perl5 requires the following:


mod perl will look for apache src to rebuild ... you must reinstall the new 
httpd and then add these lines to the httpd.conf

Alias /perl/  /home/httpd/cgi-bin/reg/

        PerlSendHeader On
        SetHandler  perl-script
        PerlHandler Apache::Registry
        Options +ExecCGI

other perl modules installed

JSERV install
NOTE: installing jserv into apache will disable mod_perl stuff ... so install 
jserv first then mod_perl ...

cd /usr/local
tar xyvf /home/mstolz/src/jdk-1.2.2-RC4-glibc-2.1.2.tar.bz2
ln -s /usr/local/jdk-1.2.2 jdk

cat /home/mstolz/src/jsdk20-solaris2-sparc_tar.Z | \
  uncompress | tar xvf -

vi /etc/profile

jre is a subset of the jdk ... the jdk uses bzip2 to uncompress .. note that 
jre116 was installed when oracle was configured ... 

# cd ApacheJServ-1.1.1
# ./configure --with-apache-src=/home/mstolz/build/apache_1.3.12
# make
# make install
# NOTE: this next line is not a typo ... there is a bug in that 
# apache_srcdir/src/modules/jserv/Makefile doesn't exist after the above ...
# simply run configure again and it will be created.
# ./configure --with-apache-src=/home/mstolz/build/apache_1.3.12

after many hours of trying to get JServ and mod_perl working by staticly 
linking them in apache, i gave up ... the two installation scripts overwrite
each other ... i tried modifying the main Configuration script but this is only
good if you want to overwrite the Makefiles with the configure script ... well
this is not good because you don't want to over write the Makefiles that
mod_perl just put there ... i tried loading JServ dynamically with mod_perl
statically and that didn't work either ... finally i enabled dynamic loading
within apache by doing the following:

./configure --enable-rule=SHARED_CORE --enable-module=so
make install

then i made the Jserv module by doing the following:

export PATH=$PATH:/usr/local/apache/bin
make install

NOTE that jserv as a DSO has all the correct config settings .. you do not have
to change the log settings and the zone files are located in apache/conf/jserv.
you still have to edit httpd.conf and add the follwoing line after the 
LoadModule perl_module:
Include /usr/local/apache/conf/jserv/jserv.conf

might want to change the repository in /usr/local/apache/conf/jserv/

there are no options with DSO because you have already compiled apache with
DSO support and JServ knows that ... the following would override building
a jserv module:

./configure --with-apache-src=/home/mstolz/build/apache_1.3.12

next i build mod_perl module by editing Makefile.PL and changed USE_DSO=1 and
nothing else needs to be done ...
perl Makefile.PL
make install

install another perl module MLDBM-2_00_tar.gz

05/25/00 finally got virtual ftp going by adding the lib dir to the base
chrooted directory of the ftp account .. so add the /./ to the path in
/etc/passwd, then add the user the the group wheel, then cp /home/ftp/bin to 
the destination dir, and finally cp /home/ftp/lib to the destination dir.

6/6/00 oracle installed and configured to work by following a printout that
someone emailed me ... the install directions that come with oracle do not 
work ... i used dbassist to create a database, but this is not much help in
modifying it ... use svrmgrl to start oracle manually ... i put in auto start
script per the docs found in $ORA_HOME/docs ... i created an oracle user by
default of oracle8i. i use it to start and stop the database instance. i also 
put in the autostart script then i linked /etc/rc.d/rc0.d/K10dbora to 
/etc/rc.d/init.d/dbora and /etc/rc.d/rc2.d/S99dbora to /etc/rc.d/init.d/dbora 

6/27/00 i finished installing stronghold ... just run the executable and 
answer all the questions ... it'll automatically create a server certificate
for you to use on the secure side .. i put the unsecure port to 81 as to not 
conflict with the already installed apache ... i also put in the autostart 
script then i linked /etc/rc.d/rc0.d/K10https to /etc/rc.d/init.d/https and 
/etc/rc.d/rc2.d/S99https to /etc/rc.d/init.d/https ... i've provided a copy of
https in the src dir.

7/1/00 edited the /usr/local/apache/conf/jserv/ to add the 
oracle zip files to the classpath of the servlet

7/1/00 download from oracles site these files:
so that we can write java code to connect to a database

7/11/00 installed redhat's wu-ftpd fix via rpm by doing:
rpm -Fvh wu-ftpd-2_6_0-14_6x_i386.rpm