horde-imp requirements

Paweł Gołaszewski blues at pld-linux.org
Wed Jun 21 21:08:55 CEST 2006

On Wed, 21 Jun 2006, Elan Ruusamäe wrote:
> > > It seems to me that horde-imp requires mod_authz_host.
> > And apache-mod_dir+apache-mod_alias. Ok, I suppose that horde can also 
> > be used with other http servers but those packages were clearly 
> > missing after trying to install horde-imp/apache with poldek. Lack of 
> > the first one caused apache to complain about unknown directives in 
> > config file, lack of the other 2 made it impossible to properly run 
> > horde.
> the problem is that 'Allow from all' directive is provided by:
> - mod_auth for apache 1.3 and apache 2.0
> - mod_authz_host by apache 2.2
> (- mod_access by lighttpd)
> and there's no clear way how to require such multiple matched 'virtual' 
> without breaking webserver independency.

There is easy way for that.

You can simply provide and require httpd(something) feature. It'll solve 
every such problems...

Only problem would be poldek-lotto, but choice_equivalents_manually should 
be turn on by default, IMO.

> in other cases you could add there apache(mod_dir) and 
> apache(mod_alias), which would be provided by apache1-mod_dir or 
> apache-mod_dir, that would preserve independency with apache 1.3 vs 
> apache 2.0 apache2.2, but break for example lighttpd ;) ideas welcome 
> how to solve especially the first case, if any!

lighttpd provides mod_dir-like functionality - I don't see any problems in 
such provides/requires.

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