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  • This is what I have on FreeBSD 4.3-RELEASE:

    if [ "$OS" = "FreeBSD" ] ; then
        su - $USERNAME -c "TZ=GMT $SLASHD SERVER_NAME" &
    elif [ "$OS" = "Linux" ] ; then
    [...]

    This is different from what is distributed (note the different arrangement of quotes.)
    • you rock.. that works perfectly!! but i'm also having a problem with apache.. it doesn't like lines 5 and 6 (i get an error on 6 when i comment out 5, haven't commented out both 5 and 6 yet tho) and apache won't come up if the include line for the slash conf is in there. here's the error: Syntax error on line 5 of /usr/local/slash/httpd/slash.conf: Invalid command 'AddHandler', perhaps mis-spelled or defined by a module not included in the server configuration and the lines 5 and 6 in slash.conf: AddHand
      --
      //- Dom LoBue
      aim(aa4544);icq(16681241);
      • haha! i just commented out those 2 lines, and then the next line becaue a synatx error. the whole entire slash.conf is a syntax error, LOL!
        --
        //- Dom LoBue
        aim(aa4544);icq(16681241);
        • by glorat (2431) on Thursday April 11 2002, @08:17AM (#4687) Homepage
          Might one of those kinda programming errors like forgetting to close quotes. The parser then thinks the error is some lines after where the error actually is
          • i was thinking its because mod_perl wasn't installed, so installed the latest verion os mod_perl, and apache.

            now slash doesn't work at all..
            --
            //- Dom LoBue
            aim(aa4544);icq(16681241);