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From "Robert Heller" <hel...@deepsoft.com>
Subject Re: [users@httpd] "--enable-mods-shared=all" configure question...
Date Wed, 10 Dec 2003 19:25:06 GMT

In message <Pine.WNT.4.58.0312101210470.1428@Poste3947.hec.ca>, Joshua Slive wr
ites:
>
>On Wed, 10 Dec 2003, Robert Heller wrote:
>> In message <Pine.WNT.4.58.0312101051090.1428@Poste3947.hec.ca>, Joshua Slive
> wr
>> ites:
>> >
>> >On Wed, 10 Dec 2003, Robert Heller wrote:
>> >> There does seem to be a weirdness with the
>> >> suexec_module.  It appears that when it is compiled as a module and you
>> >> want to enable suexec for userdir CGI scripts.  Even if you load the
>> >> suexec *before* all other modules, suexec is NOT enabled for userdir CGI
>> >> scripts.
>> >
>> >Although I haven't tested it myself, I'd guess that's not the problem.
>> >
>> >More likely you are missing other pieces in the suexec setup.  Suexec
>> >requires not only mod_suexec, but also the suexec binary, which has its
>> >own ./configure options.  Check the suexec docs.
>>
>>
>> ALL of this is set up:
>
>If you can compile apache with a static mod_suexec and have everything
>working, then recompile and change nothing except load mod_suexec as a DSO
>and have it fail, then it appears you have found a bug.  Please report it
>to the bug database.

OK, tried that and it still does not work.  My only other thought: the RH9
spec file builds it as a 'prefork/worker' pair of execs -- does that
matter?

>
>Joshua.
>
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