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Re: kern.emul questions
- To: tech_(_at_)_openbsd_(_dot_)_org
- Subject: Re: kern.emul questions
- From: Royce Stute <rjstute_(_at_)_etaxmaven_(_dot_)_com>
- Date: Sun, 13 Jun 2004 21:19:26 -0500 (CDT)
- Cc: Peter Valchev <pvalchev_(_at_)_sightly_(_dot_)_net>
I'm sorry, I misspoke. The binary I'm concerned with isn't actually an
apache module but a program that's ran by an apache module. The
sourcecode for the module itself is available.
Peter Valchev wrote:
> > I have an apache module I need to use that I can only get as a binary
> > (the source code isn't available). The choices of binaries I have are
> > BSDi, FreeBSD, and Linux. I am running OpenBSD 3.5 on an i386 box.
> > there any advantages regarding compatibility, stability, performance,
> > etc. between the three kernel emulators?
> Just to point out, the OpenBSD httpd won't load those modules the way
> you think. You'll need to use some pre-built httpd running under the
> respective emulation.
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