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From Lee Fellows <>
Subject Re: error loading shared libraries:
Date Tue, 18 Jun 2002 18:46:00 GMT
Looks like you need to get and install libdb-3.2, or disable any
modules (perl, php) that require it.  This assumes apache itself was not
built dependent upon libdb-3.2, in which case you have to either get it,
or rebuild apache.

On Tue, 2002-06-18 at 14:07, wrote:
> When starting Apache 2.0.35 for the first time using the
> /usr/local/apache2/bin/apachectl start command I get the following errors:
> : error while loading shared libraries:
> : cannot open shared object file: No such file or directory
> : httpd could not be loaded
> I am running RedHat Linux 7.3, but also get the error on Linux 7.1.
> I ran the minimal install without any of the optional servers: DNS, Samba,
> X-windows, etc.
> The build of Apache that I am using is from the following file:
> httpd-2.0.35-i686-pc-linux-rh70.tar.gz
> It was downloaded from:
> I searched the FAQs and didn't see any topics on this.
> I also did a find command on the server to see where the library was on the
> drive, but it did not show up.
> I would appreciate any clues that would point me in the right direction on
> this problem.
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