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From "sandeep gelli" <>
Subject Re: file
Date Thu, 03 Jul 2008 08:58:49 GMT
Hi Rainer,

Thanks for the prompt response. Let me explain my scenario. I am trying to
redirect the requests from sun webserver to tomcat. All worked fine with my
windows pc(32-bit) and when trying to deploy the same in my solaris system,
i am able to get the first page. After submitting the first page, i am
getting the page not found error.

When checked in the nsapi.log, i dont see any errors.So, i thought it could
be because of the, which is the only change made
transferring the application from windows to unix.

Any advise on this would be of great help to me, as i am struggling with
this issue from the last two weeks.

Thanks & Rgds
Sandeep Gelli

On 7/3/08, Rainer Jung <> wrote:
> Hi Sandeep,
> sandeep gelli schrieb:
>> Hi,
>> Can anyone help me providing file(64-bit version). My
>> application is running on solaris sparc os 9, and sunone webserver 6.1
>> sp9.
>> When i used the one available in the apache website, i am getting
>> error. I tried building it, but getting the following error during the
>> make
> Whats the version you are using and what's the exact download URL of the
> .so file?
> What is the exact error message?
> What is the result of the command "file .../"?
> I would say: you are using the 32 Bit version of the Sun Web Server (as
> usual on a 64 Bit system and kernel, no problem with that). If it is the
> 32Bit web server, you need to download the 32 Bit On
> the download page for the most recent version, it is named
> file.
>> gcc: unrecognised option pthread.
> Which version of gcc?
> Mine says "gcc: unrecognized option '-bar'" if I use an unknown option.
> Notice the "-" in front of the option. Did you remove the minus in front of
> pthread in the Makefile?
> However, i am still getting the build file which is just 250 kb. and also
> That seems to be too small.
> the class version error.
> Remove the added "-m64" from your compiler flags. Then you'll build a 32Bit
> version.
> Thanks
>> Sandeep
> Regards,
> Rainer
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