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2012-01-12

morphus.1.1.4.dev.ysg.zip out

morphus.1.1.4.dev.ysg.zip out

how-to start apache on x64 window with a batch script

:: next_line_is_templatized
::File:StartApache.cmd
:: disable the echo
@echo off
 
:: this is part of the name of the file - not used
set Action=start
 
:: which component are we going to start
set Component=apache
 
 
:: the name of the Product next_line_is_templatized
set ProductName=morphus
 
:: the version of the current Product next_line_is_templatized
set ProductVersion=1.1.3
 
:: could be dev , test , dev , prod next_line_is_templatized
set ProductType=dev
 
:: who owns this Product / environment next_line_is_templatized
set ProductOwner=ysg
 
:: identifies an instance of the tool ( new instance for this version could be created by simply changing the owner )     
set EnvironmentName=%ProductName%.%ProductVersion%.%ProductType%.%ProductOwner%
 
:: where the Apache binaries are installed
set ApacheBinDir="C:\Program Files (x86)\Apache Software Foundation\Apache2.2\"
 
:: the full path to the Apache binary
set ApacheBin="C:\Program Files (x86)\Apache Software Foundation\Apache2.2\bin\httpd.exe"
 
:: the full path to the http.conf
set HttpdConf="C:\Program Files (x86)\Apache Software Foundation\Apache2.2\conf\httpd.conf"
 
:: the full path to the 
set ApacheWorkingDir="C:\Program Files (x86)\Apache Software Foundation\Apache2.2\."
 
 
:: go the run dir
cd %~dp0
 
:: do 4 times going up
for /L %%i in (1,1,5) do pushd ..
 
:: The BaseDir is 4 dirs up than the run dir
set ProductBaseDir=%CD%
:: debug echo BEFORE ProductBaseDir is %ProductBaseDir%
:: remove the trailing \
IF %ProductBaseDir:~-1%==\ SET ProductBaseDir=%ProductBaseDir:~0,-1%
:: debug echo AFTER ProductBaseDir is %ProductBaseDir%
:: debug pause
 
 
:: The version directory of the Product 
set ProductVersionDir=%ProductBaseDir%\%ProductName%\%EnvironmentName%
 
 
:: where the error logs of this call are situated 
set ErrorLog=%ProductVersionDir%\data\log\StartApache.cmd.Error.%ProductName%.cmd.log
 
:: where the running of this 
set RunLog=%ProductVersionDir%\data\log\StartApache.cmd.%ProductName%.cmd.log
 
:: define a favorite editor 
set MyEditor=textpad
 
ECHO Check the variables 
 
:: truncate the run log
echo date is %date% time is %time% > %RunLog%
 
:: truncate the error log
echo date is %date% time is %time% > %ErrorLog%
 
:: uncomment this to debug all the vars 
:: debug set  >> %RunLog%
 
:: go to the Apache bin dir
cd %ApacheBinDir%
 
:: now open the run log
cmd /c start /max %MyEditor% %RunLog%
 
 
:: Action !!!
echo CFPoint1    OK    The run cmd script %0 is executed >> %RunLog%
echo CFPoint2    OK    The run cmd script %0 starts the apache binary with STDOUT and STDERR  to a single RunLog file >> %RunLog%
:: perl %PerlScript% %IniFile% >>%RunLog% 
%ApacheBin% -w -f %HttpdConf% -d %ApacheWorkingDir% >>%RunLog% 2>&1
 
:: open the run log
cmd /c start /max %MyEditor% %RunLog%
 
:: uncomment this line to wait for 5 seconds
:: ping localhost -n 5
 
:: uncomment this line to see what is happening 
:: PAUSE
 
:: Requirements: 
:: This script requires perl , text editor supporting <<textEditor>> <<FileNameToOpen>> cmd call syntax
 
 
:: VersionHistory
:: 0.1.0 --- ysg --- Initial creation copy from run-morphus
 
 

how-to setup non-password requiring connection between a win and *nix box with putty ...


1. Install Cygwin
2. Install separately the ssh-keygen ( or sshd ) on cygwin
3. Download the puttycfg , unzip to a dir in your Windows path
4. Find out where cygwin1.dll is installed cygcheck -sd >list.txt
5. Open the list.txt ( it is quite big ) : notepad list.txt
6. Copy all the files from   C:\temp\something  to the dir where the cygwin1.dll is located
7. Start the putty.exe : Start - Run : cmd /c START  /max putty
8. In the GUI , check that Session on the Left is selected , click on Cygterm option , for hostName type - , leave port number 22
9. Open the puttycfg :
10. Generate the public and private key's :
11. ssh-keygen -t rsa
12. Type Enter,Enter
13. Now here is the tricky part you have to tell also putty that the public and private key files are the one you want to use with you : Copy the /home/<<username>>/id_rsa and ..id_rsa.pub to the dir where your save your putty conf in my case: C:\Temp\ysg\conf\<<computername>>\putty\ssh
14. Start - Run - type puttygen
15. Load the copied private key file and save it as <<file.pkk>> , save also the public key file
16. Copy the id_rsa.pub file to the server's ~ dir
17. cp -vr /home/username/.ssh/ .
18. On the server cat id_rsa.pub >> ~/.ssh/authorized_keys
19. Now when started from the windows client :
cmd /c START  /max putty  username@servername.domain.com no password should be asked

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