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Re: Jigsaw/Mac JDK 1.0.2 - root resource?

From: Anselm Baird-Smith <abaird@w3.org>
Date: Wed, 26 Jun 1996 10:56:55 +0500
Message-Id: <9606261456.AA11323@www18.w3.org>
To: petej@clickvision.com (Peter M. Jansson)
Cc: www-jigsaw@w3.org

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.
 > 
 > 
 > 
Received on Wednesday, 26 June 1996 10:57:02 GMT

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