apache installation failed
ohauer at gmx.de
Wed Dec 12 12:37:11 UTC 2012
On 2012-12-12 11:28, Srinivasa Kanduru wrote:
> Hi Olli,
> Thanks for the quick response. I have added three packages under net for TAHI testing. I did configuration for that as well. Do I have to reinstall and re-configure them as well ?
> I was wondering if that is not required if basic perl modules will not change with the new ports package. Please advice.
> Thanks again.
hard to tell since I don't know where the the files are located
or somewhere else if not from the ports system)
If you go with ports and do a 'make configure' inside a port, the
configuration will be saved in /var/db/ports/$portname/options and reused
the next time you build the port. You don't have to configure the port
again except config options inside the port Makefile was changed.
>> -----Original Message-----
>> From: olli hauer [mailto:ohauer at gmx.de]
>> Sent: Wednesday, December 12, 2012 2:23 AM
>> To: apache at FreeBSD.org
>> Cc: Srinivasa Kanduru
>> Subject: Re: apache installation failed
>> On 2012-12-12 08:07, Srinivasa Kanduru wrote:> Hello,
>>> I was trying to setup IPv6 TAHI test-suites on FreeBSD 9.0 for IPv6
>> conformance certification .
>>> I got the following error when I was trying to install apache 20 as well as 22
>> from the ports directory. The package installer suggested to attach the
>> following information for your perusal.
>>> I would appreciate if you can let me know if there is anything wrong in my
>>> Thanks a lot for your help.
>>> ===> Script "configure" failed unexpectedly.
>>> Please report the problem to apache at FreeBSD.org [maintainer] and
>>> attach the "/usr/ports/www/apache20/work/httpd-2.0.64/config.log"
>>> including the output of the failure of your make command. Also, it
>>> might be a good idea to provide an overview of all packages installed
>>> on your system (e.g. an `ls /var/db/pkg`).
>>> [root at tahi-ipv6 apache20]#ls /var/db/pkg
>>> apr-0.9.20.0.9.19 kbproto-1.0.5
>>> apr-ipv6-gdbm-db42-220.127.116.11.3.12_1 libiconv-1.13.1_1
>>> autoconf-2.68 libsigsegv-2.10
>>> autoconf-wrapper-20101119 libtool-2.4_1
>>> automake-1.11.1 m4-1.4.16,1
>>> automake-wrapper-20101119 p5-Expect-1.21
>>> bash-4.1.11 p5-IO-Tty-1.10
>>> bison-2.4.3,1 p5-Locale-gettext-1.05_3
>>> ct-2.1.2 pcre-8.20
>>> db42-4.2.52_5 perl-5.12.4_3
>>> elinks-0.11.7_2 python27-2.7.2_3
>>> expat-2.0.1_2 screen-4.0.3_13
>>> gdbm-1.9.1 v6eval-3.3.2
>>> gettext-0.18.1.1 v6eval-remotes-3.0
>>> gmake-3.82 vim-lite-7.3.121
>> Hi Srinivas,
>> first your ports tree is really outdated, apache20 and apr0 was removed from
>> the portstree in Aug.
>> From your pkg listing I see apr0 and apr1 are installed you have to remove
>> apr0 first. I suspect you are using the older pkg tools so the command
>> `pkg_delete -rx apr' should work.
>> $> cd ports/devel/apr1
>> $> make config (select at last THREADS, IPV6 and DEVRANDOM) $> make
>> clean install
>> $> cd ports/www/apache22/
>> $> make config
>> $> make clean install
>> You apache build was failing because mod_auth_digest failed to build, but
>> from the log snippet it is not clear to me why.
>> I highly suggest to update your ports with portsnap and start over with no
>> ports installed (I suspect you have a fast machine)
>> To start over do the following.
>> $> mv /usr/ports /usr/ports.old
>> $> portsnap fetch
>> $> portsnap extract
>> $> mkdir ports/distfiles (so distfiles are placed here and not in the port
>> directory) $> pkg_delete -a (removes all your installed ports) $> cd
>> ports/lang/perl5.14 (or perl5.16) $> make install $> cd ports/lang/python27
>> $> make install $> cd ports/devel/apr1 $> make config (select at last
>> THREADS, IPV6 and DEVRANDOM) $> make install $> cd
>> ports/www/apache22 $> make config && make install
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