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Old 5th February 2006, 15:33
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Default Apache2 without APXS

I have Apache2 currently running on my system (Debian Sarge). APXS was not initially installed when Apache2 was initially installed via "The Perfect Setup". Ultimately I am trying to install the mod_jk/mod_webapp connector for Tomcat. I am trying to build the source files for mod_jk, but I need APXS.

I have searched and searched for instructions on how to install APXS on a current Apache2 installation and cannot find anything. Short of reinstalling Apache2, does anyone know how or even if this can be done? Or, could anyone point me to a good Apache community forum where I could ask this question?

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Old 5th February 2006, 17:12
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apxs2 is in the apache2-devel package. You must install the apache2-devel package.
Run
Code:
apt-get search apache2
You will then find the exact name of the Apache2 devel package. To install it, run
Code:
apt-get install <package_name>
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Old 5th February 2006, 17:15
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Quote:
Originally Posted by falko
apxs2 is in the apache2-devel package. You must install the apache2-devel package.
Run
Code:
apt-get search apache2
You will then find the exact name of the Apache2 devel package. To install it, run
Code:
apt-get install <package_name>
I have already installed the Apache2-devel packeage, but the only apxs that I could find was the one for the ISPConfig Apache located in:
Code:
/root/ispconfig/httpd/bin/apxs
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Old 5th February 2006, 17:30
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For Apache2, apxs is called apxs2. If you search for apxs2, you should find it.
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Old 5th February 2006, 17:32
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Quote:
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For Apache2, apxs is called apxs2. If you search for apxs2, you should find it.
Ran the search with no results.

How can I serch o confirm that apache2-devel is in fact installed?
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Quote:
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Ran the search with no results.

How can I serch o confirm that apache2-devel is in fact installed?
Figured it out here: http://www.linuxquestions.org/questi...=1#post2087824

Turns out that I do not have apache2-dev apache2-devel installed.
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I'm trying to install this on FC5 and of course the Debian package won't work for me (at least I don't know how to use it). I've searched everywhere trying to find apxs2, but I can't find anything. Any ideas?
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It's possible the tool is named apxs on Fedora. You should install the Apache development files on your system, there must be a package for Fedora, too.
Run
Code:
yum search apache
or
Code:
yum search httpd
to find it.
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Thumbs up yum install httpd-devel

Hi There,

yum install httpd-devel

will sort out your problem.

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