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Re: las5.2 on port 8888

You can set up different versions of LAS, and different data sets, in
different directories and access them through the web server using port
80.  It does mean that you need to change some files in each directory,
as well as have a section in the httpd.conf file for each directory.  With
version 5.1, the files that I have needed to edit are:

	File				Change
	=============			=============
	1. httpd.conf 			ALIAS section
	2. server/las.xml		Operations URL
	3. server/GenericLAS_config.pl	output_alias
	4. xml/perl/include.xml		Operations URL
	5. xml/perl/template.xml	Operations URL
	6. ui/log files			Change the names
	7. ui/main.html			URL in META tag
	8. run the server/make command

Maybe it would be easier to set up a web server on a different port and
then change the link in the html file that you mentioned to point to the
new web server port. The above has worked for me and it takes about 10
minutes to implement.

 Steve Cousins                 Email: cousins@umit.maine.edu
 Research Associate            Phone: (207) 581-4302
 Ocean Modeling Group
 School of Marine Sciences     208 Libby Hall
 University of Maine           Orono, Maine 04469

On Tue, 4 Jun 2002, shen yingshuo wrote:

> hi... if anyone has used las5.2 on apache other than port 80  ?  the problem of this new release is that when you chose to view a gif plot.. it in fact reads las-out/somekind.html  which includes a gif file...  i checked the this html file.. and found out that the port number is not included which is okay for port 80 but not other port numbers..
> i am running 5.0 on port 80... so.. .this new beta testing has to be some other port.. 

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