Install NCSA httpd Server on HP-UX9000

I'd like to install a wed server on my hp9000/867 ver a.9.04,when I download binary files,they can't work properly,when I compile source files,there are always error"Empty source file",and all the object files's size are 384 bytes,so I can't link all these files into a file.
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wg97Asked:
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red031197Commented:
whats wrong with the binaries what web server are you using?
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terrycjCommented:
forget about NCSA httpd. go get apache.

http://www.apache.org/dist/

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df020797Commented:
Hmmm its never good to use binary distributions. I recomend the use of own compiled servers. I have tried out Apache 1.X.X on HP/UX on 9000 systems and they worked perfectly. SO the best thing you can do is to download the latest Apache WWW server frpm http://www.apache.org. If you need any help compiling this server just mail me (df@darkface.pp.se)

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