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From Vickie Starbuck <>
Subject Re: New Apache Compilation
Date Mon, 13 May 2002 18:53:02 GMT
Similarly, I'm trying to compile apache-2.0.36 under Solaris 8
using gcc, and I"m getting assembler errors.  See below.
It was suggested that I might have success with ./ucb/as but
I don't see a copy of ./ucb/as on any of our Solaris 
machines, going back quite aways.  ie. we are still running 2.6 & 

Has anyone successfully built apache on a Solaris 8 box.  I've
seen other references to assembler issues etc.  The make below
is based on a completely vanilla configure as well.  I haven't
even begun to add any mods on yet.


  Thank you, Vickie

www 189> make
Making all in srclib
Making all in apr
Making all in strings
/bin/bash /home/src/httpd-2.0.36/srclib/apr/libtool --silent
--mode=compile gcc -g -O2 -pthreads   -DHAVE_CONFIG_H -DSOLARIS2=8
-I../include/arch/unix  -c apr_cpystrn.c && touch apr_cpystrn.lo
/bin/bash /home/src/httpd-2.0.36/srclib/apr/libtool --silent
--mode=compile gcc -g -O2 -pthreads   -DHAVE_CONFIG_H -DSOLARIS2=8
-I../include/arch/unix  -c apr_snprintf.c && touch apr_snprintf.lo
/usr/ccs/bin/as: "/var/tmp/ccbg2oKO.s", line 4294: error: unknown opcode
/usr/ccs/bin/as: "/var/tmp/ccbg2oKO.s", line 4294: error: statement syntax
/usr/ccs/bin/as: "/var/tmp/ccbg2oKO.s", line 4418: error: unknown opcode
/usr/ccs/bin/as: "/var/tmp/ccbg2oKO.s", line 4418: error: statement syntax
*** Error code 1

Vickie Starbuck
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On Mon, 13 May 2002, Jeffery S. Malloch wrote:

> Hi,
> I have recently compiled httpd 2.0.36 without any errors on Solaris 8 using
> Sun's own workshop c compiler.  As far as I could tell, except for a few
> warnings, everything went extremely well.  When I attempt to start the httpd
> process using appropriate start methods I get nothing at all.  It says that
> it is starting but it never says that it's listening to a port and processes
> don't seem to start either.  I have tried using "httpd -E <logfile> -f <path
> to httpd.conf> " but still nothing happens and what's even worse is nothing
> gets written to the logfile!  Any help would be appreciated...
> Thanks,
> Jeffery S. Malloch
> Systems Administrator, LSI Logic
> Kanata Design Center
> Phone: (613)-591-7073
> Pager: 1-888-688-6047
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