I'm trying to get Tomcat (v3.1) to work with Apache (v1.3.12) on
Solaris 2.7, both builds done w/ gcc 2.95.1, and GNU make. To
build Apache, I followed the instructions in the INSTALL file in
the top-level directory (i.e., did './configure --prefix=<mypath>',
'make', and 'make install'). The directories look ok, when I
run 'httpd -l' I see a bunch of compiled-in modules (e.g.,
mod_auth.c....), but no mod_so.c. I also see a libexec directory,
but no .so files are in there. (I compared my directories with
those that someone no longer here did a while back and there are
lots of *.so files in the libexec directory of the older build).
So, does this indicate that I did not compile Apache with DSO
support? Can someone please direct me to instructions for
compiling Apache with DSO support?
The Tomcat installation/configuration directions (for getting Tomcat
to work with Apache) say to build a mod_jserv.so and install it in
the Apache libexec directory. Ok, I think I can do that. But I'm
wondering if this implies that Apache must be compiled with DSO for
this to work.
I guess I'm really asking folks who got Tomcat to work with Apache
how they compiled Apache to let the mod_jserv work. In httpd.conf
is the 'LoadModule jserv_module libexec/mod_jserv.so' entry. What
do I need to do with building Apache to get this to work?
Thanks very much,
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