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From Stas Bekman <s...@stason.org>
Subject Re: MP_AP_PREFIX
Date Sun, 04 May 2003 23:22:37 GMT
Randy Kobes wrote:
> On Sun, 4 May 2003, Addady wrote:
> 
> 
>>>>I'm trying to upgrade mod_perl  (form RedHat 8.0 original installation
>>>>2.0.40 mod_perl 1.99_05-3)
>>>>Can't  figure out the value should I give to MP_AP_PREFIX
>>>>
>>>>It seems to me the apache headers are in /usr/include/httpd/
>>>
>>>Is there a directory on your system, such as, for example,
>>>/usr/local/httpd/, directly beneath which is include/ (which
>>>contains the headers), bin/ (which includes the httpd binary),
>>>and lib/ (which includes libraries)? If so, give that directory
>>>as the argument to MP_AP_PREFIX.
>>
>>I can't find directory structure like you mention. It seems
>>that the include file are located in: "/usr/include/httpd".
>>Should I install apache from source ?
> 
> 
> As someone else mentioned, it looks like RedHat uses something
> (almost like) /usr, but the includes being in /usr/include/httpd/
> would make this not quite standard. It might be easier, in the
> long run, to install apache from the sources - then you have
> control over, and know where, things are placed. And on Linux,
> building Apache is relatively straightforward.

Does using MP_AP_APXS solve the problem?
http://perl.apache.org/docs/2.0/user/install/install.html#MP_APXS

disregard the META comment in this section.

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