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Re: apxs missing in apache2 rh7 binary

From: Ryan Schmidt <subversion-2006Q1_at_ryandesign.com>
Date: 2006-01-16 23:15:08 CET

On Jan 16, 2006, at 12:52, Betsubetsu wrote:

>>> I cannot find apxs executable in /usr/local/apache2 directory
>>> which is needed to compile and install php module.
>>> Appearently apache2 has not configured to have apxs.
>>> Do you plan to release a apache2 binary version with apxs?
>> This is not the Apache mailing list, nor the PHP mailing
>> list. :-) Please see:
>> http://httpd.apache.org/lists.html
>> http://www.php.net/mailing-lists.php
> but the subversion team provides a rh7 binary rpm package of apache
> 2.0.48 without apsx or apsx2.
> who compiled it if it's not the subversion team?

I do see now that in the Redhat 7.x directory there is an RPM of
Apache 2.0.48. It's just that most binary packagers provide just
Subversion, not Apache as well, so I wasn't expecting it; sorry for
misdirecting you. But do take note of this:


"The Subversion project does not officially endorse or maintain any
binary packages of the Subversion software. However, volunteers have
created binary packages for different distributions and platforms,
and as a convenience, we maintain a list of links to them here. If
there are any problems with or questions about the different binary
packages please send email to the Subversion users mailing list."

That Apache package was compiled in December 2003. That's pretty old;
Apache 2.0 is all the way up to 2.0.55 now, and 2.2.0 has been
released too. You might do better making your own Apache 2.2.0 or
finding a newer RPM elsewhere, unless David Summers has anything to

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