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From Lon Palmer <>
Subject RE: [users@httpd] Cant find the compiled modules (.so) files for 2.0.45
Date Thu, 10 Apr 2003 14:02:47 GMT

I'm still working on the problem and here is what I have so far:

Almost done with the exception of the proxy stuff.  What I've found is that
the tag --enable-mods-shared=all leavs out some modules for configuration.
The mods it leaves out that I've found so far are:


so I'm just now running 
./configure --enable-layout=RedHat --enable-mods-shared=all --enable-ssl
--enable-proxy --enable-proxy-connect --enable-proxy-ftp --enable-proxy-http

After that I'll drop to each of the mods that were left out and run
make install

which should place them into the /usr/lib/apache dir.  After that I'll copy
them to the dir that redhat wants under /etc/httpd/modules

I find all this very silly.

I should mention that previously I dropped into the modules directory and
make install

to get the rest of the modules.


-----Original Message-----
From: Albert E. Whale, CISSP []
Sent: Thursday, April 10, 2003 9:47 AM
Subject: Re: [users@httpd] Cant find the compiled modules (.so) files
for 2.0.45


Sounds like the very problem I am having on Solaris 5.7.  Please let  me 
know if you get this matter resolved, and what it took to get it 
resolved.  Thank you.

Lon Palmer wrote:

> Hello,
> I've compiled apache with the "./configure --enable-mods-shared=all
> --disable-info" command followed by "make" followed by "make install" and
> when I tried to start apache using "/sbin/services httpd start" I 
> received
> an error stating that a module was not for my current version of 
> apache.  (
> Yes, I'm upgrading from 2.0.14 I think ). 
> ** Keep reading if your interested :)
> So, I copied all my so's out of my /etc/httpd/modules directory to a save
> location and ran "make install" again hoping that the so's would go to 
> the
> correct directory.  I'm confused because I can't find the modules 
> anywhere!
> Then I went in to the modules directory and ran "make install" hoping the
> modules would be compiled like the main program and the were but now 
> apache
> is complaining because some modules are missing.  Alright, so I copy 
> back my
> original modules and then copy the new modules in again and finally 
> I'm left
> with
>         module "mod_info.c" is not compatible with this version of Apache
> (found 2002628, need 20020903)  Please contact the vendor for the correct
> version.
> System Specs:
>         RedHat v 8
> Threes got to be an easier way to do this isn't there?
> Thanks for all the support.  I'm a member of the tomcat group and 
> everyone
> has always been very helpful.
> Lon Palmer

Albert E. Whale, CISSP
ABS Computer Technology, Inc. - ESM, Computer & Networking Specialists
Sr. Security, Network, and Systems Consultant
Founding Board of Directors of Pittsburgh FBI - InfraGard

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