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From Patrick Galbraith <>
Subject Chicken and Egg problem
Date Thu, 26 Oct 2006 00:57:50 GMT
Hi all,

I have experienced frustrations on both Suse and Fedora core linux 
getting apreq2 installed:


error: mod_perl.h: No such file or directory

On Fedora, I was lucky enough to find a mod_perl dev package with Yum, 
as well as a libapreq2.

On Suse, I don't see _anything_ with Yast the gives me the header files 
for mod_perl 2.0.

Has anyone dealt with this on Suse? I wonder why they packaged it this 
way. I feel I've been transported back in time to the early Slackware 
days of having to hack everything to make it work. I suppose I should 
ask Suse this question.

Thanks in advance for any work-arounds for this. I suppose one way is to 
get the source to mod_perl (that is, if ever comes up!)


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