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From Vidiot <>
Subject Re: [users@httpd] Building Static Apache on AIX 5.2 with GCC
Date Wed, 03 Jan 2007 18:51:10 GMT
>I have two AIX 5.2 servers; one for development and one for
>production.  My development box has various GNU tools installed such
>as gcc, autoconf, libtool, binutils, etc, and no IBM compiler.  I can
>successfully build (not-statically) on this box (with gcc obviously).
>My production box doesn't have any of these tools though, and I am not
>allowed to install them due to security concerns.  When I copy the
>compiled product to the production server and try to run it I get an
>error because the gcc libs aren't available on this box.
>For this reason it seems that I need to compile a static version.
>(Someone correct me if there is another option.)  I'm having some
>issues doing so though.  First I compile a static version of openldap
>2.3.27 with the following config.

OK, I have a dumb question... why not get the administrator to install
the libraries that you need?  That certainly isn't a security issue.

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