Posts Tagged ‘sbcl’

SBCL glibc Error on Ubuntu

June 15, 2012

I use Ubuntu and SBCL for all my lisp development but lately the latest versions of the two have not been playing nicely with each other.

This will effect some of the instructions to install SBCL in my other blogs.

To get around the problem install sbcl in the following manner:

sudo apt-get install build-essential
sudo apt-get install sbcl
sudo apt-get install time
wget http://sourceforge.net/projects/sbcl/files/sbcl/1.0.57/sbcl-1.0.57-source.tar.bz2
bzip2 -cd sbcl-1.0.57-source.tar.bz2 | tar xvf -
cd sbcl-1.0.57-source
sudo sh make.sh
sudo apt-get remove sbcl
sudo sh install.sh

To test SBCL:
/usr/local/bin/sbcl

Lisp Web Server From Scratch using Hunchentoot and Nginx

November 9, 2010

**************************I tried my setup on Ubuntu 13.10 server and had some issues so I decided to update this article, unfortunately I dont have the time to rewrite it so I am just hacking the bits that where issues on Ubuntu 13.10**********************

So you want your own lisp web server to hack away at but where do you start? Well don’t despair, what follows is a recipe for getting such a server running in no time. (Don’t worry you won’t be coding it from scratch you will be building it with a “software lego” set.)

Much of what you will see here was taken from different websites especially these two great articles http://blog.ponto-dot.com/2010/08/15/setting-up-common-lisp-on-a-web-server and http://blog.ponto-dot.com/2009/08/18/hunchentoot-behind-proxy-server. These articles do a better job of explaining what is afoot than my posting here. Please do go to these articles and show your appreciation for the hard work that went into them by leaving a comment.

All that I am doing is giving you an A to Z recipe in one place to get you going.

There are a lot of good articles in the slicehost articles collection as well that are worth a read on their own if you want to understand more about the iptables and stuff.

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