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From "Antonio Vidal Ferrer" <antonio.vi...@globalia-sistemas.com>
Subject RE: [users@httpd] Apache 2.0.63 build on Solaris / Binary Distributions
Date Tue, 29 Sep 2009 11:17:37 GMT
Nick:

You have 2 options:

1.- Download libexpat package for solaris 10, install it and try to
recompile (anyway, you'll need more libraries).
2.- (easier) Download Apache package for solaris 10 and install it.

Both downloads can be done from www.sunfreeware.com, where you'll find all
such packages.

Best

Toni Vidal.



-----Original Message-----
From: Nick Kew [mailto:nick@webthing.com] 
Sent: martes, 29 de septiembre de 2009 13:06
To: users@httpd.apache.org
Subject: Re: [users@httpd] Apache 2.0.63 build on Solaris / Binary
Distributions

Darren Strachan wrote:

> *1)       *I have downloaded the 2.0.63 source onto a Solaris 10 box and 

Why such an old version?  2.2.x is always preferred.

> have successfully run the first installation step - "configure -prefix 
> <install dir>".  When I run step two - "make", it chugs away merrily 
> building things for a while but eventually comes back with an error. 
>  The error stack is at the bottom of the mail but in essence it is 
> having a problem building a library called *"libexpat.la"*.  I am 
> assuming that there is some kind of problem with the operating system 
> environment but have no idea what this is..  I am using a gcc version 
> 3.4.3 and the "make" command that lives under "/usr/ccs/bin" on Solaris. 
>  Is there anything else I need to have in my PATH or something else with 
> the environment that might be missing?**

It's making in expat, which presumably means it hasn't found an
installed expat.  Installing it separately might fix the problem.

Otherwise you could build apr and apr-util first, and then build
httpd using those rather than its bundled copies.
Tweak the --with-expat configure option to apr-util if necessary.

> 2)       If question 1 can't be solved I am wondering where I can just 
> get hold of a Solaris binary distribution please?  The download mirrors 
> only seem to provide links to source distributions for Unix platforms..

You can get packaged versions from Sun's web stack, and I'm sure
there are other alternatives floating around.

-- 
Nick Kew

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