> Has anyone successfully compiled apache1.3.9 with openSSL patched
> in? I could compile apache with its own clean source tree with gcc2.9.5.
> But after openSSL patch, the configure script told me the c compiler is
> no ANSI compatible.
> Thanks for your info.
tar xf apache1.3.9Quote:>From vague memory:
My path names and file names are all screwed up, I am sure. You need
to follow the README file exactly. You do ONE of a) applypatch (or whatever
the file is called to do it automagically) or b) patch -p1 < patchfile (or
whatever. ) The first choice is the easiest.
That *should* work. Maybe. I am pretty sure that is what fixed it for
me. I needed GNU patch to be able to get it to work.
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The "patch" program on Solaris 8 is still the old version, but GNU patchQuote:>This one had me pulling my hair out for hours. You need to read the
>README files very carefully. You also need to have GNU patch installed
>because it the version that came with Solaris (at least Solaris 7 and
>before. I don't know about Solaris 8) isn't acceptable to the patch.
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Has anyone successfully compiled apache1.3.9 with openSSL patched
in? I could compile apache with its own clean source tree with gcc2.9.5.
But after openSSL patch, the configure script told me the c compiler is
no ANSI compatible.
Thanks for your info.