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Jigsaw/Mac JDK 1.0.2

From: Dat Truong <dtruong@gothamcity.jsc.nasa.gov>
Date: Fri, 09 Aug 1996 15:17:26 -0500
Message-Id: <320B9CD6.41C67EA6@gothamcity.jsc.nasa.gov>
To: petej@clickvision.com
Cc: www-jigsaw@w3.org, abaird@w3.org
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> Re: Jigsaw/Mac JDK 1.0.2 - root resource?
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>    * To: petej@clickvision.com (Peter M. Jansson)
>    * Subject: Re: Jigsaw/Mac JDK 1.0.2 - root resource?
>    * From: abaird@w3.org (Anselm Baird-Smith)
>    * Date: Wed, 26 Jun 1996 10:56:55 +0500
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> Hi Peter,
> 
> It looks like you are doping a great job ! thanks.
> 
> I think that given the point you have reached, you might need to go
> into the code at this point, and add some traces (unless you know of
> some debugger). Normally, when jigsaw prints the below message, it
> means that at least one thread is accept'ing connection on the given
> URL. Why the accept call doesn't work (which seems to be your
> problem), I don't know...
> 
> Anselm.
> 
> Peter M. Jansson writes:
>  > Following a suggestion by Alexandre Rafalovitch, I added the following line
>  > to Jigsaw/config/httpd.conf:
>  >
>  >     w3c.jigsaw.root.store=pjigidx
>  >
>  > After also changing the config to use port 80, I now get the following from
>  > standard out:
>  >
>  >   loading properties from ./Jigsaw/config/httpd.props
>  >   [httpd]: listening at:http://<my host name>:80
>  >
>  > And the app remains running (after some brief garbage collection).
>  > Unfortunately, now, when I try to access the server from the other side, it
>  > refuses connections.  This happens both when I try to use a web browser on
>  > my Mac, or when I telnet in from a shell account at the ol' ISP.  I'm not
>  > sure what to try next, and I'm also pretty sure that the .jigidx files are
>  > going to cause problems down the road.  A note for the Jigsaw developers
>  > would be to allow a property for the default Jigsaw index filename  (I saw
>  > it coded in at least one source module).
>  >
>  > Any ideas for what to try next?
>  >
>  > I've put a quick web page together which summarizes what I did to get
>  > Jigsaw to the state in which I have it:
>  >     <http://www.clickvision.com/folk/petej/jigsaw.html>.
>  >
>  > Thanks again,
>  >     Pete.
>  >
>  >
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>    * Re: Jigsaw/Mac JDK 1.0.2 - root resource?
>         o From: petej@clickvision.com (Peter M. Jansson)
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Hi Pete,

Have you got Jigsaw to run on the Macintosh with JDK 1.0.2
I am interested in having Jigsaw to run on my Mac.  I followed
your instruction and looked like I am at the end of the road at
this point.  I cound not find any more discussion/note after the
above message.  I do not think that there is any problem with JDK
1.0.2 on the Mac because I compile a simple client/server Java
programs and tested them out.  The programs worked well as standalone
programs and I was able to run the client on both the Mac and the
UNIX environment.

Please response and let me know what to do.



Thanks!

Dat Truong
Received on Friday, 9 August 1996 16:16:51 GMT

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