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Subject DO NOT REPLY [Bug 34384] - @exp_errordir@
Date Tue, 12 Apr 2005 20:43:36 GMT
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------- Additional Comments From GinEric@Musics.com  2005-04-12 22:43 -------
This was on an XP Home box.  Apache/2.0.47 (Win32) PHP/4.3.9 
Which may have been first installed as a Windows binary, and thereafter the 
appropriate Perl, PHP, and sapi/db mods installed to get it all to work 
together.  However, I'm not sure where the replacement failed, install script, 
msi, whatever.  I know I've seen the behavior before. 
 
I realised that it should be something like "your/error/path" and was surprised 
to see an expression replacement there. 
 
I run many Apache's on all kinds of Linux Servers, Windows Servers, and even 
some out of local non-server type boxes.  I've compiled all versions, with all 
kinds of options.  I only seem to remember is happening on a Windows 
non-server; I could be wrong about that. 
 
So, what I need to include in some documentation is "What is '@exp_errordir@'  
 
That is, where is it defined?  Is it something like ${errordir} in compile or 
script?  Did it come from either LAYOUT or configure?  Because automake has 
problems with replacement expressions for static paths, is that a a problem?  
Or is it simply that Windows, using white spaces, failed to equate the 
replacement? 
 
I figure it's either "expected errordir" or "expression errordir" and was 
defined somewhere in either a C, H, or configure file. 
 
However, this was a binary install, with many modifications for Perl, PHP, and 
MySQL. 
 
Changing it to the error path solved the httpd.conf problem and custom error 
messages then worked. 
 
>From apache_2.0.47-win32-x86-no_ssl.msi 
 
GinEric 
 
 
(In reply to comment #1) 
> @exp_errordir@ is supposed to be replaced with an actual pathname when the 
conf 
> file is installed on your system.  I guess there is a problem on your system 
> with the install step, such that @exp_errordir@ doesn't get replaced? 
>  
> What operating system?  How did you install?  (building/installing from 
source 
> code or using an installer?) 
>  
>  
 
(In reply to comment #1) 
> @exp_errordir@ is supposed to be replaced with an actual pathname when the 
conf 
> file is installed on your system.  I guess there is a problem on your system 
> with the install step, such that @exp_errordir@ doesn't get replaced? 
>  
> What operating system?  How did you install?  (building/installing from 
source 
> code or using an installer?) 
>  
>  
 
 

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