Tux web server

Tim ignored_mailbox at yahoo.com.au
Mon Dec 26 11:21:06 UTC 2005

On Mon, 2005-12-26 at 01:44 -0800, Nathan Grennan wrote:
> Today I have been playing with gigabit networking. In the process I
> have played with rsync+ssh, rsync, scp, http, etc. I decided I wanted
> to try tux, the web server, and so I used yum -y install tux.x86_64 to
> install it. It installed just fine, and I shut down httpd. I then
> tried service tux start and received the error, TUX not implemented in
> this kernel. I looked through the kernel changelog and see tux
> repeatedly being enabled and disabled, but the last report shows it
> reenabled.

I thought Tux worked with Apache.  Is it supposed to be independent?

Of course, having a HTTP server in the kernel means you've got to be
extra careful with security.  The potential damage if there's an exploit
is going to be worse than an isolated application.

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