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From "gb1071nx" <gb107...@globallyboundless.com>
Subject [users@httpd] Unable to compile mod_rewrite
Date Fri, 07 Sep 2007 16:03:15 GMT
 
Hi, first-time poster (go easy on me)
 
I've downloaded httpd 2.0.59 and untar'd it. 

I've used ./configure like so: 

	root@foobar:/home/mikec/httpd-2.0.59# ./configure 
	--prefix=/usr/local/applications/2059 
	--enable-so 
	--enable-rewrite
	

(all on one line)

and my config.nice file contains:



	
	root@foobar:/home/mikec/httpd-2.0.59# cat config.nice 
	#! /bin/sh
	#
	# Created by configure
	 
	"./configure" \
	"--prefix=/usr/local/applications/2059" \
	"--enable-so" \
	"--enable-rewrite" \
	"$@"
	 
	

(so, that looks ok, right?)

then I do
make

then I do
make install

But: 

	root@foobar:/usr/local/applications/2059/modules# ll
	total 20
	drwxr-xr-x    2 root     root         4096 Sep  6 21:41 ./
	drwxr-xr-x   15 root     root         4096 Sep  6 21:41 ../
	-rw-r--r--    1 root     root         8504 Sep  6 21:36
httpd.exp
	root@thunderbird:/usr/local/applications/2059/modules# 

Here's this output, in case someone's curious: 

	root@foobar:/usr/local/applications/2059/bin# httpd -l
	Compiled-in modules:
	  http_core.c
	  mod_so.c
	suexec: disabled; invalid wrapper /usr/sbin/suexec


Where did I do wrong, or where do I start looking for why mod_rewrite
didn't compile? 

Um... I'm sure you'll want to know things like linux kernel and stuff
about gcc and well... I admit the last time I compiled apache was
watching over someone else's shoulder 3 years ago.  So... If you need
more info, please be specific about how I obtain it for you.  

And thanks.

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