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From "Lisa Wojcik" <>
Subject Re: FIXED: compiling http 2.0 / flood on Redhat 6.2
Date Tue, 20 Nov 2001 18:43:50 GMT


I'm having the same problem building flood.  Could you please let me know
exactly what you added to the makefile?


                    Mark Evans                                                           
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                                         Subject:     FIXED: compiling http 2.0 / flood on
Redhat 6.2  
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Hi Guys,

I resolved the issue by tacking these lines into the makefile.


On Tuesday, November 20, 2001, at 09:57 AM, Mark Evans wrote:

> You may very well be right... where exactly would I put the param list
> to the link command?  Can I include it in a script somewhere?  or
> should I spec it on the command line during compile time?
> Thanks,
> Mark
> On Tuesday, November 20, 2001, at 01:28 AM, Aaron Bannert wrote:
>> On Mon, Nov 19, 2001 at 09:43:23PM -0500, Mark Evans wrote:
>>> I found another problem!   I followed the directions again, after
>>> resolving my previous PATH_MAX problem, I can now build httpd-2.0,
>>> however, when I tried to build flood,
>>> Sorry if I'm being a bother...
>>> this is what I got:
>> [snip]
>> I have also had this problem, and I suspect it is because you are
>> either
>> building shared versions of httpd (ie --with-mods-shared=...)  or there
>> is something broken.
>> The problem is that there are three libs that are for some reason not
>> being linked against your flood executable: libcrypt, libpthread, and
>> libdl. The workaround is to manually specify these in the param list
>> to the link command, as "-lcrypt -lpthread -ldl".
>> If I get some more time I'll try to look into this some more.
>> -aaron

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