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From geb...@ameritech.net
Subject RE: [users@httpd] adding mod_digest after the fact
Date Wed, 05 Mar 2003 12:58:46 GMT

Owen,

You're great!  (Just thought that needed to be said.)

ken

At 16:47 (UTC+0100) on Tue, 4 Mar 2003 Boyle Owen said:

= >-----Original Message-----
= >From: Sam Carleton [mailto:sam@linux-info.net]
= >
= >I have Apache 1.3.27 up and running.  All is fine, except that I
= >would like to use mod_digest, which I did not compile when I first
= >compiled apache.
= >
= >How do I compile and install the mod_digest module, after the fact?  
= 
= If you compiled in mod_so, you can compile additional modules separately
= and LoadModule them. If you have a statically built apache (no mod_so)
= then you need to recompile the whole shebang. 
= 
= For case #1, here's my notes from the last time (obviously, edit the
= paths to suit your installation):
= 
= Now we compile an additional module and load it: mod_proxy.
= $ su 
= # cd /home/apache/apache_1.3.24/src
= # vi Configuration
= 
=   - compile with extended API since we are using mod_ssl
=   << # CFLAGS_SHLIB=-DEAPI
=   >> CFLAGS_SHLIB=-DEAPI
= 
=   - make the module shareable
=   << AddModule modules/proxy/libproxy.a
=   >> SharedModule modules/proxy/libproxy.so
= 
= - rebuild the makefiles and compile
= # ./Configure
= # make
= 
= - copy the .so manually
= # cd /home/apache
= # cp apache_1.3.24/src/modules/proxy/libproxy.so libexec/libproxy.so
= 
= Now the module is accessible to apache.
= 
= Rgds,
= Owen Boyle
= Disclaimer: Any disclaimer attached to this message may be ignored. 
= 
= >
= >Sam
= >
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