These releases contain numerous bugs, some of which can be qualified "blocking". If you are considering installing a fresh LXR service, always prefer the latest release. You will experience a dramatic performance boost and installation is a lot easier.
Bug reports will not be accepted.
The last task is to configure your web server. Instructions below are given for Apache and mod_perl.
/etc/httpd/conf.d/. It is automatically read at server initialisation and merged with httpd.conf. You can keep a copy in your home directory and whenever the server is updated, all you have to do is store again this file in the
Access to the
/etc/httpd/conf.d/ directory requires root privileges.
DocumentRootpoint to the LXR root directory and grant universal access to it
AllowOverridedirective by the less permissive directive
Add the following line:
Then according to the MPM type (as determined from with the following command):
Server MPMline reads
Workerfrom the above command:
You can replace the
by the following line,
but this is not mandatory
(this line is a more fine-grained
mod_perl version 2
directive to load the startup script):
and you must edit two files:
i.e. for system-wide:
or for private intallation:
replace the line
Save the file in a safe place and copy it to
You need to place them in the correct locations.
You only need to copy the following file:
Scripts and their directories must be specifically labeled to identify them as executing code as a "normal" context. This is routinely done when they are located in /var/www/cgi-bin/. To eliminate alerts, the most reliable method is to clone /var/www/cgi-bin/ context with the following command:
Fire up your webbrowser and go to
You should see the content of the directory of the default version
for your tree.