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From Andrew Stewart <Andr...@megastation.com>
Subject RE: HELP!!!!!
Date Thu, 15 Feb 2001 00:07:37 GMT
Morton:

do this:

"httpd -l" (This will list all the modules loaded within apache's http
binaries, to be able to load mod_<anything>.so, you'll need to make sure
that mod_so is in there somewhere)

If it doesn't exist, what you will need to do is unload the apache
server in /usr/local, and install the apache and apache-devel RPM's off
wherever you can get them. Make sure its not already installed with "rpm
-q apache" and "rpm -q apache-devel".  Once you've intalled the RPM's,
then add the "Include ...." line that is documented in the Tomcat UG,
make the mod_jk.so from the source tarball, and you should be set.


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#  Andrew Stewart (andrews@megastation.com)
#  MEGAStation.com
#  Web / Systems Developer
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-----Original Message-----
From: Morton [mailto:CMorton@transy.edu]
Sent: Wednesday, February 14, 2001 2:20 PM
To: tomcat-user@jakarta.apache.org
Subject: HELP!!!!!


I am working on adding tomcat to my apache server.  it is
running Apache 1.3.1 on an x86 running Red Hat 6.1.  For
some reason when i run a graceful restart to reload
httpd.conf, it says that is can load mod_jk.so because it is
garbled.  I made sure that it was the correct linux binary,
and I also tried using mod_Jserv instead.  Jserv gives me
the same error message.  I am having trouble building mod_jk
using the source files.  My guess is that apache is not
living where it probably should.  As far as I can tell
whoever installed apache on the machine put the whole thing
in /usr/local/apache could this possible be part of the
problem? If not what on earth is?  Somebody please help me,
I have been working on this for 3 days now, and I am at wits
end! Any input is much appreciated.
		Casey Morton


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