Configure Error Bad Apxs /usr/bin/apxs2
need to check for Perl first, apxs depends on it... yes checking for g++... now im trying on my debian server and im having problems. Also, I had to make my user account an owner of not only the Railo alias but of the entire directory name. http://iembra.org/configure-error/configure-error-apxs-missing.php
Won't install Faq July 9th, 2009,01:00 PM #7 No Profile Picture richcoosa19 View Profile View Forum Posts Contributing User Devshed Newbie (0 - 499 posts) Join Date Aug I am indeed very new to Linux (obvious , right?) 😉 my apologies for the lack of basic knowledge. no checking for fl32... no checking for xlf... http://www.perlmonks.org/?node_id=791589
no Can't open perl script "INSTALLDIRS=site": No such file or directory configure: error: Bad apache2 binary (/usr/sbin/apache2) Running make test Make had some problems, maybe interrupted? ok checking for objdir... .libs checking for ar... Reply mistypotato | February 16, 2009 THANKS GUYS !! Regards Devon Reply Mark Mandel | March 8, 2009 @Devon You can use this guide to set up Apache/Resin on whatever port you like, so just configure it for port 80,
Enabled the apache mod by sudo a2enmod apreq. Reply Tim | June 17, 2009 Thanks for this howto. Possible reasons: 1. In my case, the problem was that apache had been moved since it was installed, but there could be any number of errors causing the problem.
no checking for gcc option to produce PIC... -fPIC checking if gcc PIC flag -fPIC works... Reply Fiddlesticks | April 18, 2009 I get the same behaviour as Nic - when I run railo/bin/httpd.sh through putty the program starts but it does not return me to the any ideas? Any other SAPIs aren't enabled by default except for CLI and CGI.
And never was really a bug since you're not supposed to use --without-apxs2 and only SAPIs enabled by default are CLI/CGI since forever including 5.2.3. How do I use this? | Other CB clients Other Users? Join them; it only takes a minute: Sign up Not able build apache mod_tile in openSuse error: Could not find apxs on the path up vote 4 down vote favorite I I'm trying to run on Ubuntu 9.10 64bit (could be the problem?) using latest Railo download.
- If you want to run it in the background, run it as /railo/bin/httpd.sh & The ‘&' tells the Linux server to run the given process in the background.
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- checking for perl... /usr/bin/perl configure: error: Invalid location for apxs: '/space/home/akhidir/xampp/bin/apx3' I have searched the net but no clue in such problem, any ideas why I am getting this error cause
- But when I subsequently try again to install Apache2::Request using cpan I get: [[ cpan> install Apache2::Request Running install for module 'Apache2::Request' Running make for I/IS/ISAAC/libapreq2-2.13.tar.gz Has already been unwrapped into
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yes checking whether gcc accepts -g... no configure: error: Could not find apxs on the path. none needed checking for style of include used by make... yes checking whether to enable maintainer-specific portions of Makefiles.. +.
I'm still encountering the issue stated above.. navigate here Everything is working for me except that anthing NOY .cfm isn't loaded from the ROOT directory. Reply Fiddlesticks | April 18, 2009 The correct way of starting it (for me at least) was to type sh httpd.sh start in the correct directory Reply Mark | April 20, yes checking for /usr/bin/ld option to reload object files... -r checking for BSD-compatible nm... /usr/bin/nm -B checking whether ln -s works...
After entering this bug and thinking about it some more, it occurred to me to try --disable-apxs and did discover that it was the only thing which produced the desired behavior Is this possible? no [snip] checking whether ln -s works... Check This Out Socks just get in the wayResults (78 votes).
yes checking whether make sets $(MAKE)... (cached) yes checking for gcc... everything seems to be installed correctly. My assumption was that because the cgi gets built even when it is not requested, that the apxs was also probably being built.
There seem to be a few guides out there for installing Railo on RedHat based Linux distro's, but nothing for Debian based ones, so it was a bit of hunting around
Also my actual goal was to build both CGI and CLI at the same time, but for the purpose of this bug I decided to simplify and isolate as much as build/version_check.pl failed: no version_string found in ''. PerlMonks is a proud member of the The Perl Foundation. Others about the Monastery: (7)GrandFather CountZero shmem Laurent_R atcroft stevieb RichardK As of 2016-10-05 06:24 GMT Sections?
Check out past polls. Anyone know how I can get Apache2::Request installed correctly? I'm not coming up with much googling for answers. http://iembra.org/configure-error/configure-error-failed-to-find-apxs.php When I run httpd.sh and hit it on port 8600 it works fine though.