When updating journals from the update.bml page, it crashes apache when the entry is over a certain length. I get a stack overflow error in Apache, and the update page returns a "Server not found" error.
When updating from a client, it doesn't produce this error and the journal updates fine. Any ideas?
Perhaps related to my previous question... The server docs don't seem to have been updated in awhile. Does anyone know a) What would be a good version/level of Debian to install that will be able to install all the packages required by LJ? I have been trying this with Debian 2.2rev7 that I found on a site. If there is a better version that someone has had success with, please tell me which one and where to download it.
Second, is there a list anywhere that contains a single "apt-get install" statement which will install everything needed in order to run LJ?
Right now I'm getting some errors with apache-perl.
apache-perl: Depends: apache-common (< 1.3.27) but 1.3.27-0.1 is to be installed
And I seem to be stuck. So this is why I'm asking these questions. I think, possibly, I may not have the latest version of Debian and that could be why my packages are all screwed up.
Oh please, LJ and Debian Gods, help me out! :-)
Is this part of the source code yet?
If so... what can I put into the capabilities to allow certain users to use this?