Help... Installing from Port
maanjee at gmail.com
Thu Nov 23 14:34:03 PST 2006
On 11/23/06, Frank Staals <frankstaals at gmx.net> wrote:
> VeeJay wrote:
> > Hi
> > If I will install Apache2 from the Port, how can I configure to add
> > module
> > or disable modules?
> > Like if I want to enable following modules, how can I do them VIA Ports?
> > Please find below the text from this Step-by-Step guide I am using.
> > But that
> > procedure is for manually downloading the archive, checking signatures
> > and
> > then configuring....
> > But how can I use Port system to get the same results?
> > make install
> > chown -R root:sys /usr/local/apache2
> > -----------------
> > If we can configure in Port, so where it could be done and how? and if
> > its
> > in a file, where it would be placed?
> go to the apache2 dir in your portstree ( generally
> /usr/ports/www/apache2/ ) run 'make config' to set options, if the
> specific options aren't there: copy the Makefile to Makefile.orig and
> add the '--enable-OPTION' and '--disable-OPTION' with the other compile
> Not sure though: but aren't a lot of those options also settable in the
> apache config file ? it might be a better idea to check that out first,
> so if you ever change your mind about a setting you don't have to
> recompile your intire apache2 port.
> -Frank Staals
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When I give "make config" command I get error as follow:
# make config
===> No options to configure
I have also tried --enable-OPTION and --disable-OPTION...
but didn't had any luck.... :(
BR / vj
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