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How to get the "mod_jserv.so" module on solaris 2.6

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I will using apache and tomcat together on a solaris 2.6 host. But for that I need a binary version of an apache module called "mod_jserv.so"  (or "mod_jk.so").

What I  already know:
This file is plattformdependend. You can download a binary version for windows and linux at apache.org but not for solaris. You can get only the source files for apache and the jserv servlet engine. And in these files we find the c-source to build the module. But for that you need the right apache version, the right makefile the rigth jserv version, the right compiler and so on. And taht is my problem.


You could help me if you send me the builded  "mod_jserv.so" module. Or if you create a step by step manual with a description of all necessary components to build the module ( all versions of copmiler and components and how to get it must be in there).

Os: Solaris 2.6  ( non intel, sparc 15)
Apache 1.3.14 ( or what you suggest)
Tomcat 3.2.1  (or what you suggest)

Thank you !

sincere
m.egloff




 
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I think you should take a look at this site.
http://www.ccl.net/cca/software/UNIX/apache/tomcat3.1b1-faq.html#jsp_terms

I'll guess you will find all your answers there.
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the file mod_jserv.so has 189520 bytes. you can get it for sun sparc solaris and Apache 1.3.12 (Part of Oracle IAS). How can i send you the file ?
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You could also download the newest version from ORACLE
http://otn.oracle.com/software/products/ias/content.html

Option 3 includes the full Apache-implementation.
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