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SubjectRe: khttpd newbie problem
Anton Blanchard wrote:
> > I'm having an oops with khttpd on an embedded 2.4.17 ppc405
> > system, so I thought I'd try it out on my pc. But I can't
> > get khttpd to serve any requests.
>
> Any reason for not using tux? Its been tested heavily on ppc64,
> the same patches should work on ppc32.

That's an excellent suggestion. It certainly seems that khttpd
is no longer production quality (if it ever was), and tux is.

I'm on an embedded system, so if tux is much larger, I'll
be annoyed; but the system does have 64 MB, so it's not *that*
cramped. And working is much better than crashing.
- Dan
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