/usr/bin/objformat is missing

Chris H. chris# at 1command.com
Mon Jan 28 13:52:18 PST 2008

Quoting Daniel Eischen <deischen at freebsd.org>:

> On Mon, 28 Jan 2008, Chris H. wrote:
>> Quoting Jeremy Chadwick <koitsu at freebsd.org>:
>>> On Mon, Jan 28, 2008 at 09:33:49AM -0800, Chris H. wrote:
>>>> Hello,
>>>> After a failed install of www/apache-ssl - dies with the
>>>> following error:
>>>> Syntax error on line 208 of /usr/local/etc/apache/httpsd.conf:
>>>> Cannot load /usr/local/libexec/apache/mod_mmap_static.so into server:
>>>> /usr/local
>>>> /libexec/apache/mod_mmap_static.so: Undefined symbol "ap_null_cleanup"
>>>> I did a little research, and wondered if the fact that I am
>>>> missing: /usr/bin/objformat has anything to do with it.
>>> Very unlikely.
>>> Are you using the binary package of www/apache-ssl, rather than building
>>> the port from source?
>> Building from source that was cvsupped 2008-01-18
>>> Have you at any time migrated from Apache 1.3.x
>> Nope. It's a brand new install.
> Why don't you use a newer version of Apache, as opposed to
> 1.3.x?

Because I have over 50 conf files carefully crafted from years
of refining. So I have no interest in starting over.

> From your error messages, it seems obvious, though
> you never state it, that you are using apache13.

Sorry, my bad. It's easy to overlook a detail sometimes, and given
that this thread was primarily a question of /usr/bin/objformat
didn't help me to think of asserting the apache version either. :)

So, for the record; it's a build from the source in www/apache13-ssl

Continued make deinstalls and tweaking and make && make installs
all still fail with the same errors. I have noticed a couple of
threads that relate to this. One indicates that copying
www/apache13/files/patch-ae to www/apache-ssl/files/patch-az worked.
Didn't work for me. Second one indicated that creating /usr/bin/objformat
with the contents of objformat being

echo elf

worked for them. I'm about to try that, since it isn't possible to
build from source a working version. I'll report back if it does.

--Chris H

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