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From "David Brancato" <>
Subject Re: Apache Rivet on Solaris 9
Date Sun, 12 Jan 2003 03:33:42 GMT
It's possible for apxs to return incorrect information. You should first
make sure that mod_so is in fact compiled into your binary with:

$ httpd -l

Then make sure that apxs is returning the correct information with:
$ /home/jrankin/apache/bin/apxs -q INCLUDEDIR
$ /home/jrankin/apache/bin/apxs -q INCLUDEDIR

From: W. Jeffrey Rankin <>
> Hi:
> I'm trying to set up Rivet on Solaris 9 for the first time, and I'm having
> some problems. Some info on my setup:
> Apache 1.3.27 installed in /home/jrankin/apache
> ActiveTcl installed in /usr/local/ActiveTcl/
> Attached is the output I receive when I run src/make.tcl (make.txt). The
> first problem is that it's looking at the location of my Apache 2.0.39
> install (/usr/local/apache). OK, that seemed a simple enough problem to
> fix, so I looked at make.tcl, and did the following:
> set APXS "apxs" to set APXS "/home/jrankin/apache/bin/apxs"
> Now, and run make.tcl once again and get the following:
> apxs:Error: Sorry, no DSO support for Apache available
> apxs:Error: under your platform. Make sure the Apache
> apxs:Error: module mod_so is compiled into your server
> apxs:Error: binary `/home/jrankin/apache/bin/httpd'.
>     while executing
> "exec $APXS -q INCLUDEDIR"
>     invoked from within
>     (file "./make.tcl" line 51)
> I'm thinking my apache installation is missing something (mod_so?). Before
> I proceed too deeply into this, I'd like to get your feedback on any
> problems that I might encounter. Thanks, let me know if you need
> additional information.
> - Jeff


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