Unfortunately the sysadmin who's nominally managing my server only works with GUI apps. So I try to play by his rules so I'm not the only one who knows how to manage to box. But then when Server Admin coughs up errors like "Uncaught exception raised in Web client-side plugin...NSInvalidArgumentException" and then I find that the httpd conf file that came with Apple's Apache (1.3; they still consider 2.0 to be "experimental") has syntax errors in it, and when they're fixed I still get the Java exception in Server Admin, I just fucking give up.
I have no specific preference for blojsom; I was only trying to see if I could work with what was already installed on the Xserve.
|Date:||December 7th, 2005 01:48 pm (UTC)|| |
I hadn't heard of blosjom until just now. I use blosxom, which is trivial to configure, but apparently it's like stone knives and bearskins compared to all this new Java stuff.
Apache configuration, what little of it I've done on Linux, has been difficult for me. It looks like it should be easy when I start editing the config files, but then things never work as expected.
So I feel your pain, but not because of Apple :-) .