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Comment: Added a couple of notes that might have saved me a little time.

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5. Last step : compiling and installing the Apache module

A possibly helpful note for rank beginners like me: this got me a working Apache on Ubuntu:

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sudo apt-get install apache2 apache2.2-common apache2-mpm-prefork apache2-utils apache2-threaded-dev ssl-cert

On that system the relevant command names are apache2ctl and apxs2, and the document root is /var/www (not /usr/local/apache/htdocs as in the example below).

(you will need httpd-devel and gcc)

Get the source of the module (adaptor) from Wonder. You only need the Adaptors (and its subfolders) folder.

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wget http://webobjects.mdimension.com/wonder/Wonder-latest-Source.tar.gz

Edit make.config and change the value of ADAPTOR_OS to LINUX. (this can be found in Adaptors directory (JS))

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<Directory "/opt/Local/Library/WebServer/Documents/WebObjects">
      AllowOverride All
      Order allow,deny
      Allow from all
</Directory>

Or (depending on your Apache configuration) you could use a symbolic link.

You also need, as explained by the adaptor's README file, to add this directive in httpd.conf :

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