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Slash on OSX

posted by Krow on 07:01 AM January 26th, 2002   Printer-friendly   Email story
Just wondering if there is any more info about running Slash on OSX, the last post on this matter seems to be last August - so has anyone got it running since?
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  • by Anonymous Coward
    ...stop with the cry for slash on OS X info until someone, anyone (for that matter) makes a YASS on a verifiable OS X box? Seems we see this question continually go unanswered every time it comes up.
  • by Anonymous Coward
    YASS is obviously yet another acronym for something, but what? (Yet Another Slash Site?)
  • by Anonymous Coward
    I think this would be a lot more productive if: 1) Keep this discussion from being archived. Place a link to it somewhere on the main page. 2) Apparently, nobody's reported YASS for an OS X slash server. What kind of progress have people gotten? Right now, I'm having headaches trying to get mod_perl working. Lots of linking problems (mod_perl is statically linked, but the Bundle::Apache modules are not); can't boot Apache (built from source, not Apple's version). But ... Slash installs into the proper location correctly, it dumps stuff into mysql correctly, and CPAN installs almost everything. I'm having some problems getting CPAN to acknowledge that I've aready installed mysql_msql whatever (CPAN can't install it automatically because the mysql module needs to be configured), which also are problems on my Linux system). I'm running Mac OS 10.1 with developer tools and Fink.