I compiled apache successfully (twice) on Solaris 8.
I basically used the document at
only slightly modified (ie, mm just Doesn’t Work, don’t bother installing
You need to be careful, though, if you’re not using the Sun (Forte) C
compiler. I’ve run into a great deal of trouble there. I have also run
into trouble, along those same lines, with my build of perl – perl
expected the compiler to be cc (sun’s Forte C compiler), and so whenever I
did “perl Makefile.PL” as with mod_perl, I got some funky errors.
Our solution temporarily is to rebuild perl to recognize gcc. However, in
the long term, we’re buying the license for the $#!$@$# compiler.
University Systems Group
email@example.comOn Wed, 17 Oct 2001, Rich West wrote:
I know this is off-topic, but, since there must be someone else out
there with the same setup, but working, I figured I would try…
Has anyone had any success with Apache + mod_perl on Solaris 8?
I’ve had great success under Linux with Apache 1.3.20 and mod_perl 1.26,
but, under Solaris 8, the thing continually logs a Segmentation Fault
(11) for each apache process. The server answers for normal requests,
but, when a request goes to the virual host for RT, that’s when it seg
And, no… I didn’t compile it as a DSO. Out from the configure/make
looks like: o perl_module uses ConfigStart/End
+ mod_perl build type: OBJ
+ setting up mod_perl build environment
+ id: mod_perl/1.26
+ id: Perl/v5.6.1 (solaris) [perl]
+ adjusting Apache build environment
+ enabling Perl support for SSI (mod_include)
with all of the perl stuff listed as “enabled”.
sigh I am so close at getting RT2 up for this site, I can taste it…
Any tips, tricks, pointers, etc would be much appreciated!
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