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Re: need apache modules built with Sun's compilers

From: David Weintraub <qazwart_at_gmail.com>
Date: 2005-06-20 17:49:11 CEST

On 6/19/05, Shea Martin <sheam@ns.sympatico.ca> wrote:
> Apache 2 is default for solaris 10. I don't have /usr/local/bin as part
> of crle. I do have /usr/local/lib. I will try putting /usr/local/lib
> first, instead of at the end. Thanks,

It may come down to installing Apache2 from sunfreeware.com (which
installs in /usr/local/apache as a default) instead of using the one
already in Solaris. There are many different switches used by Apache
when it is compiled, and some of these switches affect certain

I know that the version of Apache2 on Solaris 10 doesn't work with PHP
or Mysql, but the version from sunfreeware.com does. I don't know if
Subversion is in the same boat or not. If you do use the Apache
version from sunfreeware, you'll have to modify /etc/init.d/apache to
start up the right httpd daemon.

BTW, you're right, it is /usr/local/lib and the environment variable I
was thinking of is LD_LIBRARY_PATH. Try that first to make sure that
you're loading in the .so files located in /usr/local/lib. I was home
when I was replying to you and didn't have access to my sunblade to
verify anything.

David Weintraub
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Received on Mon Jun 20 17:55:30 2005

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