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From r..@apache.org
Subject Re: os-osf/6678: 2.0a7 osf - compile fails due to unresolved apr*
Date Sun, 15 Oct 2000 04:52:08 GMT
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Synopsis: 2.0a7 osf - compile fails due to unresolved apr*

Comment-Added-By: rbb
Comment-Added-When: Sat Oct 14 21:52:08 PDT 2000
APR's configure script did not find a pthreads library on your
system.  Since you are using the mpmt_pthread MPM, you need
to have some sort of thread locks.

The configure script should have died when you tried to configure
a threaded MPM without a pthreads library.

Please run the following commands from your apache-2.0/src directory:

cd lib/apr
./configure --enable-threads > output

and send the output file to us.  If your platform does not have
a pthreads library, you will need one before Apache 2.0 will
compile with any MPM other than prefork.

To compile with a different MPM, in the apache-2.0/src
directory run ./configure --with-mpm=foo, where foo is the
name of the MPM.

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