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From Chong Yu Meng <>
Subject Re: Can't find TomcatStarter & Startup Errors & Apache crash
Date Sun, 01 Jun 2003 14:15:16 GMT
Allen Williams wrote:

>I haven't tried recompiling from source.  I am hoping I won't have to go
>that far!
I hear you, Allen ! I am trying not to do that for my Linux installation 
as well. It tends to increase the number of questions and the risk of 
breaking something. Which is why I always try the rpm or binaries 
approach first, and try to stick with it come hell or high water.

mod_jk2 can run on both Apache 1.3.x as well as Apache 2.x. The second 
DLL file, mod_jk2-1.3.27.dll seems to be made for Apache 1.3.27. I 
wouldn't expect it to work for Apache 2. Having said that, I was 
wondering if there were multiple versions of mod_jk2 for Windows, like 
there is for Linux (v 2.0.1 and 2.0.2 for example).

>At this point, it does not look like compiling from source is a trivial
>option.  I really don't know the development paths and structures and file
>organization (although I'd like to learn because I'd like to contribute, and
>also because I could then solve my immediate problem *very* expeditiously),
I've heard that trying to compile using Visual C++ can be an ordeal in 
itself. I'd have tried to help you, except I have a deep aversion to 
everything Microsoft (and Oracle) because of some things that happened 
to me in the past.

>At this point, I'm in sequestered meditation, prayerfully contemplating the
>possibility someone has seen this before, or that a developer will see what
>I've got here and respond :-)  Otherwise I may drop all the way back to
>mod_jk.  I've heard NOT to use warp, but haven't tried it.
Well, no point dropping back to warp because that module will no longer 
be developed further, or so I hear. If you have the luxury of time, I 
would say meditating on it is good. It should not be long before they 
churn out another binary, I should think, because of certain problems 
with SSL connections that were solved only in the latest CVS version of 

pascal chong

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