Apache13-ssl fails on 7-PRERELEASE
chris# at 1command.com
Mon Jan 28 14:59:47 PST 2008
Quoting "Chris H." <email@example.com>:
> Quoting "Chris H." <firstname.lastname@example.org>:
>> On an SMP system (2 CPU) running 7 cvsupped on 2008-01-15
>> with a build/install world/kernel on the same.
> D'ho! Forgot to mention this is on an i386.
>> I built/installed
>> www/apache13-ssl. It built/installed expected. However, after
>> testing with an httpsdctl configtest, apache emitted the following:
>> 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"
>> Commenting the offending module only caused apache to complain
>> about the next one in the list. This is a terrible loss to the
>> FreeBSD ports. Has anyone a suggestion/patch for this? Has anyone
>> else experienced this problem? All of our other servers have built/
>> ran this version without complaint/trouble. All the conf files have
>> been carefully crafted over many yrs. and I have no interest in
>> using a newer version of Apache, so as to have to re-craft the
>> Thank you for all your time and consideration in this matter.
>> I realize that this should normally be directed to apache-freebsd@
>> and I /did/ do so. However, after having been on the list for quite
>> some time. It appears that I am the only one subscribed to it.
>> Further, as this is on CURRENT, I felt that there must be some
>> difference. As I had no trouble with this on a 6-CURRENT box/install.
>> Thanks again.
OK. After much research and trials and errors. I was able to find a
solution. In spite of the man page information regarding objformat
being obsolete and discontinued. It is still required (at least for
a few things). As it happens, it is quite easy to overcome the problem
building a /working/ www/apache13-ssl from recent src on a
FreeBSD 7.0-PRERELEASE i386 box. It is a matter of creating:
# touch /usr/bin/objformat
Edit /usr/bin/objformat and add the following:
Now perform the following:
# chmod +r +x -w /usr/bin/objformat
You're done. :)
>> --Chris H
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