Would this article be any help?
"Upgrading Redhat 9 to PHP 4.3.4 and Apache 2.0.48 (Howto)"
> > >> David, is there any progress on RH9.0 RPMs and Apache 2.0.48?
> > >
> > > No, not yet, sorry. The next thing I'm going to try (but don't really
> > > expect to work) is to try APR/APR-UTIL 0.9.4 with the latest code. I
> > > predict that it won't work because I think apache 2.0.48 and/or
> > > need the 0.9.5 code.
> > Wow! I'm amazed nobody has yet built Apache 2.0.48 RPMs for RH9. I
> > didn't realise it was so hard.
> > >> > RPMS will be released as soon as I can get Apache 2.0.48 RPM to
> > >> > and build. So far, I've tried several different ideas for getting
> > >> > compile and no luck so far. Currently it is giving a "sed:
> > >> > command" error during the build.
> > I don't have a RedHat system, but I've seen that error in a few other
> > places. If you have the CDPATH environment variable set, then some
> > shells produce output when you cd and that confuses configure.
> > Similarly if some other utility produces unexpected output, or an
> > error message, it can confuse configure. If you are using an unusal
> > shell it might simply be truncating long lines. If there is some
> > dodgy shell quoting around autoconf's use of @ as a delimiter can get
> > mixed with $ and the shell will erroneously expand $@.
> Thanks for the clue, but I'm just using regular old BASH just like I've
> always used. 2.0.47 builds fine, 2.0.48 comes up with the "unterminated s
> command"....obviously something to do with sed. Do I need a newer version
> of sed than what comes with Redhat 9?
> I tried apr/apr-util-0.9.4 and httpd-2.0.47 and it didn't work either.
> (not surprising)
> Fedora Core 1 seems to have built 2.0.48 but I notice they have a newer
> version of sed (4.0.8). RH9 has sed-4.0.5.
> Anyone have any ideas or have gotten an RPM of httpd-2.0.48 to build on
> RedHat 9? I've spent weeks (off and on) trying to get this to work.
> I've searced GOOGLE but with no luck so far on finding a httpd-2.0.48
> (S)RPM for RedHat 9.
> Any pointers appreciated.
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Received on Fri Dec 12 06:10:02 2003