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Upgrade to Mac OS 10.10.4

Duane Hannan
I’m trying to do a clean install of Lasso 8.6 onto a new upgrade to Mac 10.10.4 and Server 4.1.3.  Apache serves the default page, but I can’t get it to serve serveradmin.lassoapp, the other admin apps, or process a simple page with [date].

I’ve placed Asle Benoni’s Lasso8ConnectorforApache2.4.so (Dec. 8 version) in /usr/libexec/apache2.  I’ve updated the LoadModule in each of the Lasso connector folders (for Apache 2, for Apache 2.2, and for Apache 2.4 (which I created thinking a path might be needed to it) to LoadModule lasso8_module modules/Lasso8ConnectorforApache2.4.so (I’m not sure which folder the current Apache calls).

I’ve uncommented the load modules rewrite_module and expires_module.

I’ve made sure that lasso8.conf is in /etc/apache2/users.

I’ve checked permissions on all the mentioned files.

I’ve read the lasso talk thread including:
- Is lasso 8 still included in /etc/apache2/httpd.conf ?

I don’t understand.  I see httpd.conf, but how can lasso 8 still be in it?  httpd is a file.  I have a folder in /etc/apache2 called httpd and I’ve put the lasso8.conf file in it.

Still not getting lasso to process pages.

Anyone have advice?  A step-by-step? Any experience with upgrading?

Thanks,

Duane Hannan
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Re: Upgrade to Mac OS 10.10.4

stevepiercy
On 7/27/15 at 11:27 AM, [hidden email] (Duane Hannan) pronounced:

>I’m trying to do a clean install of Lasso 8.6 onto a new
>upgrade to Mac 10.10.4 and Server 4.1.3.  Apache serves the
>default page, but I can’t get it to serve
>serveradmin.lassoapp, the other admin apps, or process a simple
>page with [date].

You're mixing terms: clean, new, upgrade?  Which is it?  Sounds
like an upgrade.

You don't really need Server.  IMO, it's better not to install
Server at all, learn how to use a shell (i.e., Terminal), and
configure Apache directly.  Server is merely a GUI to editing
configuration files anyway.

>I’ve placed Asle Benoni’s Lasso8ConnectorforApache2.4.so
>(Dec. 8 version) in /usr/libexec/apache2.  I’ve updated the
>LoadModule in each of the Lasso connector folders (for Apache
>2, for Apache 2.2, and for Apache 2.4 (which I created thinking
>a path might be needed to it) to LoadModule lasso8_module
>modules/Lasso8ConnectorforApache2.4.so (I’m not sure which
>folder the current Apache calls).
>
>I’ve uncommented the load modules rewrite_module and expires_module.
>
>I’ve made sure that lasso8.conf is in /etc/apache2/users.
>
>I’ve checked permissions on all the mentioned files.
>
>I’ve read the lasso talk thread including:
>- Is lasso 8 still included in /etc/apache2/httpd.conf ?
>
>I don’t understand.  I see httpd.conf, but how can lasso 8
>still be in it?  httpd is a file.  I have a folder in
>/etc/apache2 called httpd and I’ve put the lasso8.conf file
>in it.

In /etc/apache2/httpd.conf:

#Begin: Added by Lasso 8.6 Installer
Include /private/etc/apache2/users/lasso8.conf
#End: Added by Lasso 8.6 Installer

(Apache configuration files use the Include directive to include
other Apache configuration files.)

Is /private/etc/apache2/users/lasso8.conf present?

If so, look in that file to make sure you are loading the
correct .so for your version of Apache.

--steve

>Still not getting lasso to process pages.
>
>Anyone have advice?  A step-by-step? Any experience with upgrading?
>Thanks,
>
>Duane Hannan
>WWG Schools
>
>
>
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Re: Upgrade to Mac OS 10.10.4

Duane Hannan
Thanks for your reply, Steve.  The computer was formerly 10.6.x, which I upgraded to 10.10.4.  Onto that I’m attempting to install a new version of lasso 8.6.x.

> Is /private/etc/apache2/users/lasso8.conf present? Yes.

> If so, look in that file to make sure you are loading the correct .so for your version of Apache.

> In /etc/apache2/httpd.conf:
>
> #Begin: Added by Lasso 8.6 Installer
> Include /private/etc/apache2/users/lasso8.conf
> #End: Added by Lasso 8.6 Installer

Added.

I noticed in the lasso8.config file that the Load Module indicated is at /usr/libexec/httpd/ . . . I didn’t have an httpd folder, so I created one and put the Lasso8ConnectorforApache2.4 in it.

Still not working.

Thanks for your time.

On Jul 27, 2015, at 12:14 PM, Steve Piercy - Website Builder <[hidden email]> wrote:

> On 7/27/15 at 11:27 AM, [hidden email] (Duane Hannan) pronounced:
>
>> I’m trying to do a clean install of Lasso 8.6 onto a new upgrade to Mac 10.10.4 and Server 4.1.3.  Apache serves the default page, but I can’t get it to serve serveradmin.lassoapp, the other admin apps, or process a simple page with [date].
>
> You're mixing terms: clean, new, upgrade?  Which is it?  Sounds like an upgrade.
>
> You don't really need Server.  IMO, it's better not to install Server at all, learn how to use a shell (i.e., Terminal), and configure Apache directly.  Server is merely a GUI to editing configuration files anyway.
>
>> I’ve placed Asle Benoni’s Lasso8ConnectorforApache2.4.so (Dec. 8 version) in /usr/libexec/apache2.  I’ve updated the LoadModule in each of the Lasso connector folders (for Apache 2, for Apache 2.2, and for Apache 2.4 (which I created thinking a path might be needed to it) to LoadModule lasso8_module modules/Lasso8ConnectorforApache2.4.so (I’m not sure which folder the current Apache calls).
>>
>> I’ve uncommented the load modules rewrite_module and expires_module.
>>
>> I’ve made sure that lasso8.conf is in /etc/apache2/users.
>>
>> I’ve checked permissions on all the mentioned files.
>>
>> I’ve read the lasso talk thread including:
>> - Is lasso 8 still included in /etc/apache2/httpd.conf ?
>>
>> I don’t understand.  I see httpd.conf, but how can lasso 8 still be in it?  httpd is a file.  I have a folder in /etc/apache2 called httpd and I’ve put the lasso8.conf file in it.
>
> In /etc/apache2/httpd.conf:
>
> #Begin: Added by Lasso 8.6 Installer
> Include /private/etc/apache2/users/lasso8.conf
> #End: Added by Lasso 8.6 Installer
>
> (Apache configuration files use the Include directive to include other Apache configuration files.)
>
> Is /private/etc/apache2/users/lasso8.conf present?
>
> If so, look in that file to make sure you are loading the correct .so for your version of Apache.
>
> --steve
>
>> Still not getting lasso to process pages.
>>
>> Anyone have advice?  A step-by-step? Any experience with upgrading?
>> Thanks,
>>
>> Duane Hannan
>> WWG Schools
>>
>>
>>
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Re: Upgrade to Mac OS 10.10.4

jasonhuck
- the apache module needs to be in /usr/libexec/apache2/, not
/usr/libexec/httpd/

- you should also verify that Lasso is actually running -- from terminal:

sudo lasso8ctl status

...should give you something like "Lasso Service is running." If not, do:

sudo lasso8ctl restart





On Mon, Jul 27, 2015 at 3:15 PM, Duane Hannan <[hidden email]> wrote:

> Thanks for your reply, Steve.  The computer was formerly 10.6.x, which I
> upgraded to 10.10.4.  Onto that I’m attempting to install a new version of
> lasso 8.6.x.
>
> > Is /private/etc/apache2/users/lasso8.conf present? Yes.
>
> > If so, look in that file to make sure you are loading the correct .so
> for your version of Apache.
>
> > In /etc/apache2/httpd.conf:
> >
> > #Begin: Added by Lasso 8.6 Installer
> > Include /private/etc/apache2/users/lasso8.conf
> > #End: Added by Lasso 8.6 Installer
>
> Added.
>
> I noticed in the lasso8.config file that the Load Module indicated is at
> /usr/libexec/httpd/ . . . I didn’t have an httpd folder, so I created one
> and put the Lasso8ConnectorforApache2.4 in it.
>
> Still not working.
>
> Thanks for your time.
>
> On Jul 27, 2015, at 12:14 PM, Steve Piercy - Website Builder
> <[hidden email]> wrote:
>
> > On 7/27/15 at 11:27 AM, [hidden email] (Duane Hannan) pronounced:
> >
> >> I’m trying to do a clean install of Lasso 8.6 onto a new upgrade to Mac
> 10.10.4 and Server 4.1.3.  Apache serves the default page, but I can’t get
> it to serve serveradmin.lassoapp, the other admin apps, or process a simple
> page with [date].
> >
> > You're mixing terms: clean, new, upgrade?  Which is it?  Sounds like an
> upgrade.
> >
> > You don't really need Server.  IMO, it's better not to install Server at
> all, learn how to use a shell (i.e., Terminal), and configure Apache
> directly.  Server is merely a GUI to editing configuration files anyway.
> >
> >> I’ve placed Asle Benoni’s Lasso8ConnectorforApache2.4.so (Dec. 8
> version) in /usr/libexec/apache2.  I’ve updated the LoadModule in each of
> the Lasso connector folders (for Apache 2, for Apache 2.2, and for Apache
> 2.4 (which I created thinking a path might be needed to it) to LoadModule
> lasso8_module modules/Lasso8ConnectorforApache2.4.so (I’m not sure which
> folder the current Apache calls).
> >>
> >> I’ve uncommented the load modules rewrite_module and expires_module.
> >>
> >> I’ve made sure that lasso8.conf is in /etc/apache2/users.
> >>
> >> I’ve checked permissions on all the mentioned files.
> >>
> >> I’ve read the lasso talk thread including:
> >> - Is lasso 8 still included in /etc/apache2/httpd.conf ?
> >>
> >> I don’t understand.  I see httpd.conf, but how can lasso 8 still be in
> it?  httpd is a file.  I have a folder in /etc/apache2 called httpd and
> I’ve put the lasso8.conf file in it.
> >
> > In /etc/apache2/httpd.conf:
> >
> > #Begin: Added by Lasso 8.6 Installer
> > Include /private/etc/apache2/users/lasso8.conf
> > #End: Added by Lasso 8.6 Installer
> >
> > (Apache configuration files use the Include directive to include other
> Apache configuration files.)
> >
> > Is /private/etc/apache2/users/lasso8.conf present?
> >
> > If so, look in that file to make sure you are loading the correct .so
> for your version of Apache.
> >
> > --steve
> >
> >> Still not getting lasso to process pages.
> >>
> >> Anyone have advice?  A step-by-step? Any experience with upgrading?
> >> Thanks,
> >>
> >> Duane Hannan
> >> WWG Schools
> >>
> >>
> >>
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Re: Upgrade to Mac OS 10.10.4

Marc Vos-3
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Maybe this helps…

http://lasso.2283332.n4.nabble.com/Launchd-to-start-Lasso-8-6-3-on-Mac-OS-X-10-10-tp4643832p4643834.html


- -
Kind regards / Met vriendelijke groet,
Marc Vos

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From: Duane Hannan <[hidden email]>
Reply: [hidden email] <[hidden email]>>
Date: 27 juli 2015 at 18:27:36
To: [hidden email] Talk <[hidden email]>>
Subject:  Upgrade to Mac OS 10.10.4  

I’m trying to do a clean install of Lasso 8.6 onto a new upgrade to Mac 10.10.4 and Server 4.1.3. Apache serves the default page, but I can’t get it to serve serveradmin.lassoapp, the other admin apps, or process a simple page with [date].  

I’ve placed Asle Benoni’s Lasso8ConnectorforApache2.4.so (Dec. 8 version) in /usr/libexec/apache2. I’ve updated the LoadModule in each of the Lasso connector folders (for Apache 2, for Apache 2.2, and for Apache 2.4 (which I created thinking a path might be needed to it) to LoadModule lasso8_module modules/Lasso8ConnectorforApache2.4.so (I’m not sure which folder the current Apache calls).  

I’ve uncommented the load modules rewrite_module and expires_module.  

I’ve made sure that lasso8.conf is in /etc/apache2/users.  

I’ve checked permissions on all the mentioned files.  

I’ve read the lasso talk thread including:  
- Is lasso 8 still included in /etc/apache2/httpd.conf ?  

I don’t understand. I see httpd.conf, but how can lasso 8 still be in it? httpd is a file. I have a folder in /etc/apache2 called httpd and I’ve put the lasso8.conf file in it.  

Still not getting lasso to process pages.  

Anyone have advice? A step-by-step? Any experience with upgrading?  

Thanks,  

Duane Hannan  
WWG Schools  



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Re: Upgrade to Mac OS 10.10.4

Wade Maxfield
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> On 28/07/2015, at 05:14, Steve Piercy - Website Builder <[hidden email]> wrote:
>
> In /etc/apache2/httpd.conf:
>
> #Begin: Added by Lasso 8.6 Installer
> Include /private/etc/apache2/users/lasso8.conf
> #End: Added by Lasso 8.6 Installer
>
> (Apache configuration files use the Include directive to include other Apache configuration files.)
>
> Is /private/etc/apache2/users/lasso8.conf present?
>
> If so, look in that file to make sure you are loading the correct .so for your version of Apache.

/etc/apache2/httpd.conf is the default apache of file, but if you are using OS X Server then it normally uses /Library/Server/Web/Config/apache2/httpd_server_app.conf

If you add

#Begin: Added by Lasso 8.6 Installer
Include /private/etc/apache2/users/lasso8.con   # <- deliberate mistake
#End: Added by Lasso 8.6 Installer

to httpd_server_app.conf  then so a sudo apachectl configtest, if it throws an error you'll know for sure which file is in use.

If it's httpd_server_app.conf then just follow Steve's basic guidelines from there.

 - Wade



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Re: Upgrade to Mac OS 10.10.4

Wade Maxfield
> On 28/07/2015, at 10:23, Wade Maxfield <[hidden email]> wrote:
>
> /etc/apache2/httpd.conf is the default apache of file, but if you are using OS X Server then it normally uses /Library/Server/Web/Config/apache2/httpd_server_app.conf

Actually to check which is currently in use do:

ps ax | grep httpd

the -f is the config file in use, as below:

50291   ??  S      0:00.02 /usr/sbin/httpd -D FOREGROUND -f /Library/Server/Web/Config/apache2/httpd_server_app.conf -D WEBSERVICE_ON

If there is no -f then it's using the defaults it was compiled with so try

apachectl -V and look for the SERVER_CONFIG_FILE

 - Wade



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Re: Upgrade to Mac OS 10.10.4

Duane Hannan
Thanks all.  The include item made the difference.

Duane Hannan
WWG Schools

On Jul 27, 2015, at 5:38 PM, Wade Maxfield <[hidden email]> wrote:

>> On 28/07/2015, at 10:23, Wade Maxfield <[hidden email]> wrote:
>>
>> /etc/apache2/httpd.conf is the default apache of file, but if you are using OS X Server then it normally uses /Library/Server/Web/Config/apache2/httpd_server_app.conf
>
> Actually to check which is currently in use do:
>
> ps ax | grep httpd
>
> the -f is the config file in use, as below:
>
> 50291   ??  S      0:00.02 /usr/sbin/httpd -D FOREGROUND -f /Library/Server/Web/Config/apache2/httpd_server_app.conf -D WEBSERVICE_ON
>
> If there is no -f then it's using the defaults it was compiled with so try
>
> apachectl -V and look for the SERVER_CONFIG_FILE
>
> - Wade
>
>
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