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From Andy Cutright <>
Subject Re: [users@httpd] Compiling Apache 2.0.43 on HP-UX 11.00
Date Thu, 19 Dec 2002 15:55:10 GMT
i'm using all HP compile tools to run this build. we've built httpd 
*.35, *.39, and now *.43. are you sure you don't have some mix of tools 
on your path, e.g., some gnu, some hp?

here's our configure line:

SHARED_MODS=--enable-cache=shared --enable-cern_meta=shared 
--enable-charset_lite=shared --enable-dav=shared --enable-example=shared 
--enable-ext_filter=shared --enable-file_cache=shared 
--enable-mime_magic=shared --enable-proxy=shared --enable-suexec=shared 
--enable-unique_id=shared --enable-usertrack=shared

./configure --prefix /vobs/WEB/src/apache2/apache_deploy_root 
--enable-module=most --enable-mods-shared=most --with-port=7080 
--with-mpm=worker  --enable-ssl --with-ssl=$(SSL_INST) $(SHARED_MODS)

also, i've got a build problem on AIX to do with shlibtool. you might 
take a look at the release notes & see if there's any mention of 
requiring a custom built libtool for hp (though we're not facing this).


Laurent Blume wrote:

> Hello,
> I'm trying to compile Apache 2.0.43 on HP-UX 11.00, with DSO, using 
> HP's compile tools.
> I'm a newbie to that Unix, I'm more experienced on Solaris (where I've 
> been compiling and using Apache for a few years now), so I might have 
> been missing some information. I've searched mailing lists and the Web 
> with not much success, it seems that most people having succeeded on 
> HP-UX are using GCC and GNU binutils.
> Here are the configure parameters I'm using. It goes fine.
> export CPPFLAGS="-I/test_apache/opt/openldap/include"
> export CFLAGS="-L/test_apache/opt/openldap/lib"
> ./configure --prefix=/test_apache/opt/httpd-2.0.43 \
>             --enable-so \
>             --enable-mods-shared=all \
>             --with-ldap \
>             --enable-ldap \
>             --enable-auth-ldap \
>             --enable-shared=ldap \
>             --disable-auth-digest
> make compiles for a while, but chokes on that error:
> Building shared: 
>         /bin/sh /test_apache/build/httpd-2.0.43/shlibtool --silent 
> --mode=link cc  -Ae +DAportable +Z  -L/test_apache/opt/openldap/lib 
> -I/test_apache/opt/openldap/include 
> -I/test_apache/build/httpd-2.0.43/srclib/apr/include 
> -I/test_apache/build/httpd-2.0.43/srclib/apr-util/include 
> -I/test_apache/build/httpd-2.0.43/srclib/apr-util/xml/expat/lib -I. 
> -I/test_apache/build/httpd-2.0.43/os/unix 
> -I/test_apache/build/httpd-2.0.43/server/mpm/prefork 
> -I/test_apache/build/httpd-2.0.43/modules/http 
> -I/test_apache/build/httpd-2.0.43/modules/filters 
> -I/test_apache/build/httpd-2.0.43/modules/proxy 
> -I/test_apache/build/httpd-2.0.43/include 
> -I/test_apache/build/httpd-2.0.43/modules/dav/main -export-dynamic 
> -L/test_apache/build/httpd-2.0.43/srclib/apr-util/xml/expat/lib      
> -o -rpath /test_apache/opt/httpd-2.0.43/modules -module 
> -avoid-version  mod_access.lo
> /usr/bin/ld: Unexpected end of file in mod_access.lo
> Seems that ld doesn't appreciate the parameter sent by shlibtool.
> Any idea, or any way on how I could look into it more accurately ?
> I would like to continue using HP cc if at all possible.
> TIA,
> Laurent Blume

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