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Issues in Apache upgrade while running make install on Aix

Hi All,

I'm trying to upgrade the Apache from 2.0.10 to 2.0.16 on Aix servers. I'm using the source and trying to compile it, but getting lot of issues with the make install script. I have compiled the apr and apr-utils and they seem to be working, but the apache scripts are giving issues.

Can anyone suggest me on how to create a installp fileset using the source or any other procedure to upgrade. Thanks.

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Krishna
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Dr. Klahn

8/22/2022 - Mon
Dr. Klahn

Did you run ./configure first?
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Hi,

Sorry for coming back late.

Yes I have ran ./configure before going for make script. Still the make and make install fails with errors relates to directories.

The Apache version given by IBM is not supported by them and moreover there are dependencies for this version like openldap and DB. I have tried installing the rpm which got installed in different location not like the original Apache version.

May I know if anyone of you tried to create a installp package from the Apache source code. Thanks.

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Krishna
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