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From Godmar Back <gb...@cs.utah.edu>
Subject general/4218: JServ1.0b3 configure does not say whether apache installation was found or not
Date Sat, 10 Apr 1999 00:10:03 GMT

>Number:         4218
>Category:       general
>Synopsis:       JServ1.0b3 configure does not say whether apache installation was found
or not
>Confidential:   no
>Severity:       serious
>Priority:       medium
>Responsible:    apache
>State:          open
>Class:          doc-bug
>Submitter-Id:   apache
>Arrival-Date:   Fri Apr  9 17:20:00 PDT 1999
>Originator:     gback@cs.utah.edu
>Release:        1.0b3
Linux RedHat 5.2
Linux peerless.cs.utah.edu 2.2.3 #6 SMP Sun Mar 21 19:58:18 MST 1999 i686 unknown
I'm trying to build jserv with an existing apache rpm installed.

Your INSTALL file says:
For DSO use:


     NOTE: The configure script will check the default installation dir
     so if you have it there you may leave this argument out.   

So I don't give --with-apache-install because I am hoping that configure
will find my redhat installation of apache.  (I don't want to download
and build Apache just to use jserv, right --- what are modules for?)

This is the relevant output of configure:

checking for Apache directory... checking for Java Servlet classes... /x/gback/classes/jsdk.jar

This is inconclusive.
As a matter of fact, when I type "make",
nothing gets built.  No mod_jserv.o, nothing.
So... what do I do?  I don't even know what the /path/to/apache/installation is.
Simply configure and make, like so
./configure --with-jsdk=...
First, make configure more verbose so I know what's going on.
Secondly, refer to preinstalled rpms/debs in your INSTALL file documentation.
When I type rpm -q -l apache, it lists a variety of files scattered
all over the place, but I have no clue what the
/path/to/apache/installation would be in this case.
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