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From "Turner, John" <>
Subject RE: installing TomCat
Date Mon, 10 Feb 2003 20:38:20 GMT

I would just download both binaries from the Jakarta site.
One is EAPI, one is not.  Try it with each until the error goes away.  My
guess is that your Apache either has EAPI support compiled in or it doesn't,
and I don't know of a way to tell.  Somebody probably does.

The dir structure is puzzling, but my guess is it's because RH does things
their own way.  You'll probably want to run "httpd -v" and see what version
number pops is very possible that you are running Apache 2 and you
don't know it, in which case you'll want to reconfigure accordingly.

I never enable or install the Apache that comes in RedHat, I always install
my own from source, but that is just old habit left over from the good old
days.  My point is that I can't really help specifically other than to
provide suggestions, as I typically don't start with the environment that
you have, which is why my HOWTOs talk about installing Apache.


> -----Original Message-----
> From: [de internetman] Rene Kooyman []
> Sent: Monday, February 10, 2003 3:13 PM
> To: Tomcat Users List
> Subject: RE: installing TomCat
> Citeren "Turner, John" <>:
> > That's Apache 2.  Apache 1.3 uses "libexec", typically.
> And i think there's the 'problem'.
> First an apologe to John: you were right, you've also got the how-to's
> on Apache, please accept my aplogee.
> Here's the envoiroment:
> /etc/httpd/  here is the 'conf' folder located which holds 
> the httpd.conf.
> In the /etc/httpd/ there is also folder 'modules' that's a link  to:
> /usr/lib/apache which holds all '' files .. But 
> there's also a
> folder /usr/local/psa/admin/libexec with a bunch of 
> '' files ..
> maybe that's the problem ... will look in to that ...
> Another thing is: when i do get Apache to load either or
> (with a lot of 'magic' .. :-) ) the error states:
> " Loaded DSO modules/ uses plain Apache 1.3 API, 
> this module might 
> crash under EAPI!  (please recompile it with -DEAPI)" .. even 
> if i compiled it
> like described in the 'how to'... odd, or should i ignore this ?
> -- 
>     Kind regards,
>         Rene Kooyman
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