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From Graham Dumpleton <grah...@dscpl.com.au>
Subject Re: mod_xmlrpc_auth
Date Tue, 18 Apr 2006 12:05:09 GMT

On 18/04/2006, at 9:49 PM, Graham Dumpleton wrote:

>
> On 18/04/2006, at 9:41 PM, Christian Klinger wrote:
>
>> Hello Apache Users,
>>
>> does anyone uses mod_xmlrpc_auth.
>>
>> http://www.feep.net/Apache/mod_xmlrpc_auth/
>>
>> I run into troubles if i install the module i got the following  
>> error.
>>
>> ------------------------------------------
>>
>> linux:/tmp/APT/mod_xmlrpc_auth-0.1 # make
>> gcc  -I. -I. -I/usr/local/include -I/opt/APAPI/include  -c -o  
>> mod_xmlrpc_auth.o mod_xmlrpc_auth.c
>> /opt/APAPI/bin/apxs -c -Wl,"-L. " -o mod_xmlrpc_auth.so  
>> mod_xmlrpc_auth.o  -L/usr/local/lib -L/usr/local/lib -lwwwxml - 
>> lxmltok -lxmlparse -lwwwinit -lwwwapp -lwwwhtml -lwwwtelnet - 
>> lwwwnews -lwwwhttp -lwwwmime -lwwwgopher -lwwwftp -lwwwfile - 
>> lwwwdir -lwwwcache -lwwwstream -lwwwmux -lwwwtrans -lwwwcore - 
>> lwwwutils -lmd5 -ldl -lxmlrpc_client -lxmlrpc -lxmlrpc_xmlparse - 
>> lxmlrpc_xmltok
>> /opt/APAPI/build/libtool --silent --mode=link gcc -o  
>> mod_xmlrpc_auth.la -L.   -rpath /opt/APAPI/modules -module -avoid- 
>> version mod_xmlrpc_auth.o -L/usr/local/lib -L/usr/local/lib - 
>> lwwwxml -lxmltok -lxmlparse -lwwwinit -lwwwapp -lwwwhtml - 
>> lwwwtelnet -lwwwnews -lwwwhttp -lwwwmime -lwwwgopher -lwwwftp - 
>> lwwwfile -lwwwdir -lwwwcache -lwwwstream -lwwwmux -lwwwtrans - 
>> lwwwcore -lwwwutils -lmd5 -ldl -lxmlrpc_client -lxmlrpc - 
>> lxmlrpc_xmlparse -lxmlrpc_xmltok
>>
>> *** Warning: Linking the shared library mod_xmlrpc_auth.la against  
>> the non-libtool
>> *** objects  mod_xmlrpc_auth.o is not portable!
>>
>> ------------------------------------------------------
>>
>> Can someone give me a tip how to compile this module, or how can i  
>> get the module to work?
>>
>> I use apache 2.0.55.
>
> If this is Solaris, you may need to ensure that option -mimpure- 
> text gets included in the
> linker flags used by libtool.

Oh, forgot to mention that the underlying thing that generally causes  
this is that the
object files being linked with by libtool haven't been compiled with  
the -fpic option.
Thus you can always ensure that that is done instead.

Graham

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