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Subject DO NOT REPLY [Bug 4198] - __lshrdi3: referenced symbol not found
Date Fri, 26 Oct 2001 21:11:09 GMT
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------- Additional Comments From john@smansys.demon.co.uk  2001-10-26 14:11 -------
>From comments here I was encouraged to press on. I now have it working on both 
Solaris 8 and Solaris 7. I built it with the sun compiler in both cases (Forte 
6 update 1). I did not need the LIB's trick, I did need to define GCC=no and 
make sure that gcc was not on the path to get it all going.

You have to take a lot care with your build environment. One thing that tripped 
me up is the config.cache files in webapp and apr. If you make significant 
changes like to a compiler - you have to delete these, it is not good enough 
just running ./support/buildconf.sh and ./configure again.
These files retain old settings. I probably tried a lot of options that would 
have worked before if it were not for this. Most people reporting that 
a "clean" install of the source fixed it, are probably in the same boat. I find 
a clean install not to be necessary if you simply rm the config.cache's.

I'd be happy to upload the compiled mod_webapp.so's for solaris 7 and 8.

John..

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