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Compile apache module?

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Hi, how to compile apache 1.2.6 and 1.3.9 module?

And for mod_perl ..
thanx
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by:sereda
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Please be more specific.
If you want to compile a standard apache module then you need only to properly configure apache.
Run ./configure --help to get all configure options. Usually you need to precify
 ./configure --with-wantedmodule

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by:bsher
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i would like to install mod_perl ?so what r the step i should follow?
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jerryandsue earned 10 total points
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You can unzip apache and mod_perl to the same directory level. For example, you can unzip apache to directory /install/apache_x.x.x and unzip mod_perl to /install/mod_perl_x.x.x.
After unzipped them you go to mod_perl directory (/install/mod_perl_x.x.x), when you run the configure and make script it will ask you which apache do you want to use (/install/apache_x.x.x default),you can answer yes and it will tell you it will create a httpd with mod_perl in apache directory.Then you got it.
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by:bsher
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btw, do u know how to 'enable' the mod perl?
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