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From Igor Cicimov <icici...@gmail.com>
Subject Re: [users@httpd] building and installing on different servers, different directories
Date Tue, 31 Jan 2012 12:39:31 GMT
Asuming both servers are pretty much same, ie same linux kernel and
packages, why dont you install apache on the dev server under lets say
/usr/local/apache2 and then transfer the complete apache2 directory onto
prod server?
 On Jan 31, 2012 8:41 PM, "Rob De Langhe" <rob.de.langhe@twistfare.be>
wrote:

> hi Apache gurus,
>
> we have -what I assume a rather typical situation of modern IT
> environment- no compiler on our production servers.
>
> So, the building of Apache will need to be done on (duh) development
> servers, that do not necessarily have the same directory structures as the
> target production server where the installation needs to be done.
>
> When I run the "configure" utility, I know that the "prefix" option will
> specify a different location for the installation than what otherwise would
> be the default location of "/usr/local". But I also see that all the
> Makefiles in the different subdirectories are generated with hardcoded
> directory names of my development server. Directory names that do not exist
> on my production server. So the "make install" complains that it doesn't
> find the source files to install, since it looks for the directories that
> exist on the development server and which do not exist on the production
> server.
>
> So : how can I get the compiled set of files transferred to my production
> server and install them there from a different source directory tree ?
>
> thx in advance for your reactions
> Rob
>
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