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  1. OK, I'm new to tengine and passenger and just kinda blindly following the How-To's at this point. I don't know if I really need passenger yet, but I'm thinking something is going to need it eventually. Here's where I'm at (and I tried to set Ruby to 19 via eselect, didn't help): >>> '/var/tmp/portage/www-servers/tengine-2.1.0-r1/temp/build.log' * Messages for package www-servers/tengine-2.1.0-r1: * tengine group already exist. * group creation step skipped. * tengine user already exist. * user creation step skipped. * ERROR: www-servers/tengine-2.1.0-r1 failed (prepare ph
  2. OK, I need some help understanding virtual dependencies. The Web HOW-TO says to let nginx be pulled in if you use tengine (seems horrible) since most apps don't know what tengine is. BTW ... the existing instructions are horribly managed for the mail HOW-TO. I'm going to look into cleaning that up since I finally got it all working well, but had to manually edit just about everything! Likewise, getting newer PHP functionality out of tengine/nginx took a bit of regex magic that needs to go into a HOW-TO. And there should be one for SSL as well. Thats non-trivial with the newer exploits
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