I'm trying to install Cherokee webserver on Debian Wheezy. All the docs and websites that I've visited suggest that
apt-get install cherokee will do it, but when I do that, I see:
$ apt-get install cherokee Reading package lists... Done Building dependency tree Reading state information... Done E: Unable to locate package cherokee
sudo add-apt-repository ppa:cherokee-webserver (as described in the docs), I see:
-bash: add-apt-repository: command not found
The docs says:
Install Cherokee from the apt repository apt-get install cherokee cherokee-admin Please, check the documentation for further
So I tried
apt-get install cherokee cherokee-admin, which was also unable to locate the package. It doesn't make any sense: why would they tell you to use
apt, if it's not available there? Some suggest that
cherokee is dead, but I can see on the homepage it's very active, so something isn't right.
Should I build it from source?
On some forums they said that Cherokee never released a package for Wheezy. Is that true?