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What is it?
This is the 1.0 beta release of mod_aolserver, an Apache module that
emulates enough of the AOLserver API to run the ArsDigita Community
System. You can try out an ACS installation running on this module at http://apache.arsdigita-dev.com/
. That system has bulletin boards for discussing mod_aolserver.
What does it require?
In order to use this software, you will need these other packages:
You must install these packages before compiling mod_aolserver.
- Apache 1.3.12 or later in the 1.3 series. This module has not
been developed for or tested with any Apache 2.0 release.
- Tcl 8.1 or later. Tcl 8.3 is recommended because that is what
AOLserver 3.0 uses and ACS authors may take advantage of Tcl 8.3
- MM Library. This is a portable shared memory
- Either Oracle 8i or PostgreSQL.
It has been built and tested on both Linux (Red Hat) and Solaris with
Where is it?
You can download it from the ACS Repository.
Who wrote and maintains it?
mod_aolserver was written in April and May 2000 by Robert Thau (firstname.lastname@example.org) and Rob Mayoff (email@example.com).
Please send bug reports and other feedback to firstname.lastname@example.org.