Adding to the reason of this question was that I had to install webmin on Lion. The installation went well and SSL is working just fine. I also update Bind to 9.0.1 without any problems. All my domains and configurations are up and running. I just had a problem with Apache. Reading the new httpd.conf, it seems that we had a change from the previous Snow Leopard htttpd.conf. Did apple wrote a tutorial for these changes anywhere? I had an instance where I tried to comment out the
#Virtual hosts Session
...and web sharing stop working. I am reading some posts in one of your posts and I was wondering if there is a fix for the bug. Thanks!
Eduardo B1 wrote:
Adding to the reason of this question was that I had to install webmin on Lion.
Did you replace /usr/sbin/named? I wouldn't advise messing around with that stuff. No good will come of it.
Did apple wrote a tutorial for these changes anywhere?
No, but I did: https://discussions.apple.com/docs/DOC-3083
All bets are off if you start hacking around on the OS executables. When you do that, it isn't a question of why isn't it working, it would be a question of why would it work.
No I did not mess up with any of the original paths. Actually this is my main motto. Everything I am configuring, I am making sure it works in harmony with the apple internal standards. I transformed two mac client in Servers and took me a lots of reading and comparing notes plus hands on tests to make everything work fine and in harmony with web sharing and etc. I am serving 3 domains without any issues. In addition, I am testing php and Mysql but I still have a lot of reading and learning until I get to launch it into production. I could use the terminal alone to manage Bind, Apache, PHP and Mysql but webmin on SSL does such a great job that I decided to use a combination of these two. Right now I just finished configuring my Lion Client Server and everything is working just fine. I just have to research and learn a little more about the new way apple is setting up the httpd conf so I can run it accordng to the new rules. Thanks for the link, I will check it out for sure.
Thanks for the head up;