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Re: Apache 2.2.3 segmentation fault with 1.4.0 on Linux

From: <DHAJOGLO_at_smumn.edu>
Date: 2006-10-27 18:00:45 CEST

>> Subversion:
>> 1.4.0 config options:
>> ./configure --prefix=/usr/local --with-apxs=/usr/local/httpd/bin/
>> apxs --enable-maintainer-mode
>> Apache:
>> 2.2.3 config options:
>> --prefix=/usr/local/Apache-2.2.3 --enable-dav --enable-so -enable-
>> maintainer-mode

Right.. that did it. This was a centOS install that I tried (in vain) to clean all of the RPMs of the various Apache/PHP/etc... and it appers I missed the APR (which was back at version 0.9.8). Even though I installed apr and apr-util 1.2.7 there were some lingering headers here and there that were causing problems. Zapped all of the old files and headers, recompiled, and everything came up roses (and perhaps a daisy or two). Thanks for the pointer.

>I think you need to configure Subversion to use the version of APR
>that comes with Apache 2.2.3. Otherwise you may be using an older
>version of APR which would be incompatible. Use the --with-apr=PATH
>and --with-apr-util=PATH options and point them at the place where
>APR and APR Utility exist from Apache 2.2.3.

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