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From Xing guo Chen <>
Subject [users@httpd] How do I install perl-Digest-MD5?
Date Wed, 19 Feb 2003 06:14:53 GMT
I run Red Hat 8.0, and want to install Red Hat Interchange 8.0. But I
was asked to install perl-Digest-MD5.

How do I install it? what command do I use?



On Sun, 2003-02-16 at 13:18, SysAdmin wrote:
> hi all,
> trying to compile apache 2.0.44 on tru64 alpha 5.1b
> I get an error about unresolved iconv, iconv_open and iconv_close in the
> libaprutil shared lib when trying to start apache or when compiling it with
> any of the --enable-static- options.
> I enabled most of the modules and made them all shared. Also enabled the
> threads, ssl and suexec.
> I had to add CC="cc" because it was looking for gcc and for some reason gcc
> isn't able to create executables (an other issue to fix), gcc was installed
> from rpms on the open source cd, as well as gmake, but I'm using cc and make
> because gcc isn't working.
> As long as I don't enable any of the --enable-static- options, I can compile
> and install all the way, but I can't start the server because of the
> unresolved symbol related to iconv.
> I made sure iconv was in there, the header file iconv.h is actually in
> /usr/local/include and I tried adding this and the /usr/local/lib with the
> EXTRA_LIBS and EXTRA_INCLUDES but it makes no difference. I also know that
> iconv is found during the configure.
> If I enable an --enable-static option (such as --enable-static-htpasswd), I
> can't compile all the way and get the unresolved iconv symbols while "making
> all in support".
> I thought about adding the path to /usr/local/include also to the linker,
> but I'm not sure this would make any difference either..
> What else have I missed?
> Should this package compile out of the box after all this time tweaking it?
Xing guo Chen <>

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