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From Jørgen Nørgaard <>
Subject Re: Building
Date Fri, 01 Aug 2003 13:28:04 GMT

Look like a library is missing, so just a thought: has apache been 
built with gcc so it uses gnu libraries?

>Right, I am trying to build mod_jk 1.2.4 on Solaris 9. It seems to build
>okay but I get an error when apache tries to start up.
>I'll detail the steps I've taken and the error I get.
>1. Installed the following GNU packages: make, automake, autoconf, m4,
>libtools (they came as Solaris packages, which I have simply run "pkgadd
>-d" on. I haven't set an environment variables for them, not sure if I
>should have done?)
>2. Set TOMCAT_HOME and CATALINA_HOME to point to my tomcat directory
>(which was installed from a binary)
>3. Set JAVA_HOME to point to the jdk
>4. Unpacked the jakarta-tomcat-connectors-jk-1.2.4-src.tar.
>5. Changed into the jk/native directory
>6. ./ (no errors)
>7. ./configure --with-apxs=/software/web/apache/bin/apxs (no errors)
>8. make (no errors)
>This leaves me with a file in the apache-1.3 directory, which
>I copy into my APACHE_HOME/libexec directory.
>When I try to start apache I get the following error (I've replaced the
>full path with APACHE_HOME to make it easier to read):
>Syntax error on line 206 of APACHE_HOME/conf/httpd.conf
>Cannot load APACHE_HOME/libexec/ into server:
>APACHE_HOME/bin/httpd: fatal: open failed: No such file
>or directory
>Can anyone offer any advice?

/jørgen nørgaard
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