Ruby on rails and apache 2.2.3

HI all
I’m new on ruby on rails
I’m trying to setup the environment on my windows XP box to run ruby in
rails

I just followed a receipe I found on

http://wiki.rubyonrails.org/rails/pages/Fast+CGI+and+Apache2+for+Windows+XP

and

I got this error message when I try to start my apache server

Syntax error on line 115 of C:/Program Files/Apache
Group/Apache2/conf/httpd.conf: Cannot load C:/Program Files/Apache
Group/Apache2/modules/mod_fastcgi.so into server: The specified module
could
not be found.

I know the file is there, there is no typo on my httpd.conf file

any ideas?

Thanks a lot…

Just a shot in the dark, the two tutorials you link to instruct you to
edit httpd.conf to use “LoadModule fastcgi_module
modules/mod_fastcgi.dll” but your error seems to be looking for a .so
file, not .dll. Maybe that has nothing to do with it, or you’ve already
included the correct line in httpd.conf. I’ve not yet deployed with
Apache yet and I do all of my development on Ubuntu Linux, so I don’t
know if I can help beyond the suggestion above.

Good luck,
John-Scott

P.S. I had to roll back the RoR wiki page you linked to…it had
already been spammed a few times between the time of your post and when
I looked at it!

John-Scott wrote:

Just a shot in the dark, the two tutorials you link to instruct you to
edit httpd.conf to use “LoadModule fastcgi_module
modules/mod_fastcgi.dll” but your error seems to be looking for a .so
file, not .dll. Maybe that has nothing to do with it, or you’ve already
included the correct line in httpd.conf. I’ve not yet deployed with
Apache yet and I do all of my development on Ubuntu Linux, so I don’t
know if I can help beyond the suggestion above.

Good luck,
John-Scott

P.S. I had to roll back the RoR wiki page you linked to…it had
already been spammed a few times between the time of your post and when
I looked at it!

Thanks for your reply
Yes you are right , however it didn’t work with both .dll and .so

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