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From "Malladi, Sasikanth " <>
Subject [users@httpd] Fixpatch help
Date Tue, 15 May 2007 16:03:15 GMT

I'm applying the Apache-SSL patch to my existing Apache2 installation.
When I run FixPatch, I'm being prompted for a file and I'm not sure what
it is:

$ ./FixPatch /usr/local/ssl
Your version of patch is OK.
Searching for a usable OpenSSL installation or source directory
Looks like you are using OpenSSL, adjusting app name
OpenSSL installation found in: /export/opt/local/ssl
Using the installed version of OpenSSL found in /export/opt/local/ssl
If this is not what you want stop now and specify the path to OpenSSL

-n Do you want me to apply the fixed-up Apache-SSL patch for you? [n]
can't find file to patch at input line 4
Perhaps you used the wrong -p or --strip option?
The text leading up to this was:
|diff -u -r ../apache_1.3.34/Makefile.tmpl ./Makefile.tmpl
|--- ../apache_1.3.34/Makefile.tmpl     Wed Nov 24 19:10:19 2004
|+++ ./Makefile.tmpl    Wed Dec 21 11:56:50 2005
File to patch: 

Can somebody throw some light on what file it is complaining about?

Thanks in advance,

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