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Of course without perl module, you can't run DSS's web-admin.
ActivePerl 5.6.x is incompatible to Win2003, I heard.
That's not going to happen usually, though.
I'm currently setting up a test server for a future production streaming server that will server WinMedia9 next to Quicktime. I think I have figured out how to keep the servers from stepping on each others ports, but the admin web site for Darwin seems to dislike my configuration. Every time I just try to launch that site, I not only get a Could not Connect to Server problem, but it seems to kill the streaming server that works just fine if I start it manually and never open up the admin interface.
I have tried replacing all "localhost" with the ip of the Darwin server in the streamingserveradmin.pl, but that was obviously not enough.
Is there something I am overlooking? I don't really need the admin interface as long as I can make sure the server doesn't use any of the other IP #s.
Is there an FAQ somewhere for setting up the server on a multi-IP system to use just one number available?
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