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Tomcat with Apache on linux

Hi,
Sorry if  this question has been asked before.
I am new to linux and working on red hat 7.1 and apache 1.3.9 and tomcat 3.2.1.
I am facing problem configuring them. Independently both are working fine.
apache is in /usr/apache and
tomcat in /usr/jakarta-tomcat-3.2.1

I read few article on the two methods using mod_jserv.so and mod_jk.so

i have put them in /usr/apache/libexec

i tried putting
include /usr/jakarta-tomcat-3.2.1/tomcat.conf

it gave error syntax error invalid command 'LoadModule' perhaps mispelled or define by module not included in server configuration

then i tried
include /usr/jakarta-tomcat-3.2.1/mod_jk.conf-auto
but same error

then i even tried
LoadModule jserv_module /libexec/mod_jk.so
ApJServManual on
...
..

But everytime i get the same error.

Can anyone pls help me from the verybegining with the steps
Thanking in advance
Ganu
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superschlonzCommented:
It seems that your apache doesn't support loadable modules.
Apache 1.3.9 is also very old, so have you compiled it yourself ?
The you should enable loadable modules.
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smileyxxCommented:
Read the INSTALL document with Apache and enable DSO.
./configure --enable-module=so
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