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hi all,
I have a manager wants me to find  a solution that act like xampp on linux plus having python support and jsp support on the same web server root
can you help me in that
best regards
hatem gamal
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See here, 2nd post:

http://forums.devshed.com/java-help-9/apache-and-tomcat-together-on-the-same-port-16972.html

Follow those instructions and add mod_python into the mix... voila!
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hi estaticd,
thanks for reply:
I have centos 5.0 and httpd failed to start but I have xampp working with perl and php
 can you help me with filenames and pathes in xampp if you please
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for python would you please tell me how to test the installation also
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>>>Install Apache that is is able to laod modules dynamically. mod_so needs to be built in.
would you please tell me which version and where to find it
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>>>Install Tomcat.
please give me more details
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