jackie.ng at aecsystems.com.au
Wed Nov 14 18:23:08 EST 2007
MapGuide comes bundled with Apache because.
1 - It uses FastCGI, which to my knowledge a FastCGI module only exists for
the 2.0.x series.
2 - It allows you to host MapGuide in a separated environment that doesn't
interfere with your other services. It installs in a separate dir and runs
on a non-default port
3 - It's just convenient.
You don't have to use the bundled apache, but it's much easier to setup if
you do ;-)
> Hi, I am about to set up an Ubunto to run MapGuide. I have seen the
> tutorials in the wiki so hopefully I will sucess in the installation. One
> thing I was wondering about though, If I already have LAMP up and running
> on the server why is it then that the Mapguide installation also contains
> a bundled apache/php? Or am I misunderstanding this?
> Basically I would like to have the apache and php installed using
> apt-get...then install the fdo:s and MG.
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