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From "t-systems-fitz" <>
Subject [users@httpd] apache with my own libraries
Date Fri, 16 May 2003 11:27:20 GMT

I have problems with running apache with ssl on a solaris 2.8 box. I use
apache 1.3.27, apache-ssl 1.48 and openssl 0.9.7. I absolute don't want to
use the ssl-libraries of the system (openssl 0.9.6), so I compiled openssl
0.9.7 with option shared and installed the libraries under /opt/apache/lib.
Now I configure apache-ssl like that:

./configure --prefix=/opt/apache --enable-module=proxy --enable-module=so --

Unfortunately so so compiled httpsd doesn't start: /opt/apache/bin/httpsd: fatal: open failed: No
such file or directory

But if I use ldd I can see:

ldd /opt/apache/bin/httpsd =>        /usr/lib/ =>   /usr/lib/ =>       /usr/lib/ =>    /usr/lib/ =>       /opt/apache/lib/ =>    /opt/apache/lib/ =>     /usr/lib/ =>    /usr/lib/ =>        /usr/lib/

so ldd knows the corret path of my ss-libraries.

I don't want to set the LD_LIBRARY_PATH (this would work) and I don't want
to use and update the system-libraries (no root rights).

How can I compile apache that it uses my own libraries in /opt/apache/lib

best regards fitz

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