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Date:      Thu, 24 Jun 1999 16:48:51 -0700
From:      "1688" <jack@1688.com>
To:        <freebsd-questions@FreeBSD.org>
Subject:   Hi....I had some problem..!!
Message-ID:  <000001bebe9c$1c3a21e0$fe8a91d0@Diablo>

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Dear All,
Did BSD3.0-Release could support Frontpage Server Exetention 3.0 &
Apache1.3.3
When I install,I got some problem..!!  Please Help me...!!

Thanks a lot,

jack# ./fp_install.sh
ERROR:  Unsupported platform!  Uname is FreeBSD jack.1688.com 3.0-RELEASE
FreeB.

Step 1.  Setting Up Installation Environment

Setting umask 002
Logged in as root.


 fp_install.sh

 Revision: 1.43
 Date: 1997/10/19

This script will step the user through upgrading existing and installing
new servers and webs.  As with any software installation, a backup should be
done before continuing.  It is recommended that the FrontPage installation
directory, server configuration file directory, and all web content be
backed up before continuing with this installation.

Are you satisfied with your backup of the system (y/n) [N]?  y

Directory /usr/local exists.
Root has necessary access to /usr/local.


Where would you like to install the FrontPage Extensions.  If you
select a location other than /usr/local/frontpage/ then a symbolic
link will be created from /usr/local/frontpage/ to the location that
is chosen.

FrontPage Extensions directory [/usr/local/frontpage/]:
WARNING:  Directory /usr/local/frontpage already exists.
Installation will overwrite existing files.

Continue the installation (y/n) [N]?  y


Step 2.  Untarring the Extensions and Checking Protections

Version 3.0 FrontPage Server Extensions found.
Would you like to overwrite? (y/n) [Y]?  y

Looking for tar file...
Platform is .
Cannot find the FrontPage Extensions tar file in
/usr/local/frontpage/version3..
Which directory is the file located in (X to cancel)?  /usr/local
Cannot find the FrontPage Extensions tar file in /usr/local/.
Which directory is the file located in (X to cancel)?

Jack Lo
WHEREVER Technology Corp.
Jack@wherever.net
Cell 909-2635088
Office 909-5944189




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