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Old 9th February 2007, 09:25
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Hy,

I have a problem. I want install apache and a few modules :

Code:
core
http_core
mod_actions
mod_alias
mod_apreq2 
mod_asis 
mod_auth_basic 
mod_auth_digest 
mod_authn_anon 
mod_authn_dbm 
mod_authn_default 
mod_authn_file 
mod_authz_dbm 
mod_authz_default 
mod_authz_groupfile 
mod_authz_host 
mod_authz_owner 
mod_authz_user 
mod_autoindex
mod_bucketeer 
mod_cache 
mod_case_filter 
mod_case_filter_in 
mod_cern_meta 
mod_cgi
mod_cgid 
mod_charset_lite 
mod_dav
mod_dav_fs
mod_deflate
mod_dir
mod_disk_cache 
mod_dumpio 
mod_echo 
mod_env
mod_expires 
mod_ext_filter 
mod_file_cache 
mod_filter 
mod_headers 
mod_ident 
mod_imagemap 
mod_include 
mod_info 
mod_log_config 
mod_logio 
mod_mem_cache 
mod_mime
mod_mime_magic 
mod_negotiation
mod_perl
mod_php5
mod_proxy 
mod_proxy_ajp
mod_proxy_balancer
mod_proxy_connect 
mod_proxy_ftp 
mod_proxy_http 
mod_rewrite 
mod_setenvif 
mod_so 
mod_speling
mod_ssl
mod_status
mod_suexec 
mod_unique_id 
mod_userdir
mod_usertrack
 util_ldap 
mod_vhost_alias 
prefork
For this, I do that :
Code:
1.1	Pre requis

Gcc, make, libc6, libc6-dev, zlib1g, zlib1g-dev
1.2	Installation d’apache

Extraction d’apache:
	gunzip nomdufichier.tar.gz
	tar –xf nomdufichier.tar

Installation d’apache2 de base (ce placer dans le rpertoire nomdufichier)
	crer me reprtoire ou vous voulez l’installer (je prendrai ici /etc/apache2) mkdir/etc/apache2
	./configure --prefix=/etc/apache2 --with-layout=apache --enable-so --enable-mods-shared=all
1.3	Rajout de modules

./configure --prefix=/etc/apache2 –enable-module=shared
Make install
But I have a lot of problem with this howto.
Can you say me A howto for install apache and those modules.

Thanks.
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Old 9th February 2007, 12:09
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One question, why do you want to compile apache manually instead of using the debian packages?
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Old 9th February 2007, 20:06
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Hi,
I don't know install all modules with apt-get install. Those don't exist on a debian-sarge. Or I don't understand something about the install apache and modules.
thx

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Old 10th February 2007, 20:16
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But I have a lot of problem with this howto.
What problems do you have?
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Old 12th February 2007, 00:04
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I must reinstall apache for each modules.
If i install a module. Apache has said me : " I built in mais can't load.
Also I must reinstall apache.

I think this howto it's very complex and not really "normalized .
Can I give me a real howto to install apache and all modules I want?

Thx.
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Old 12th February 2007, 08:22
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A lot of the Apache2 modules are normally already installed and only need to be enabled. Have you tried
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a2enmod
? I agree with Till and Falko that you have not described your problem very clearly for us, so it's a bit hard to help you with pointers to the right information. Can you please explain the nature of your problems and what you want to achieve?
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Old 12th February 2007, 20:08
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if I install apache2 with the package debian how can i install all the modules i need??( there are only few modules installed)

if I install apache2 manually, how can i activate mod_ssl and mod_perl ( i have one pb , apache2 doesnt find the .h files for mod_ssl)


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Old 12th February 2007, 21:25
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The default Debian install will already install all modules. You only have to enable them with a2enmod. Did you try that?

If you go for the manual route, you need to install the OpenSSL development package before trying to compile. That dev package will contain the required .h files.
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Old 12th February 2007, 22:37
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I format my server and reinstall apache with apt-get install and perl and php5.

But when I do a2enmod, I don't have all modules I want but just :

Code:
actions asis auth_anon auth_dbm auth_digest auth_ldap cache ce                           rn_meta cgid cgi dav_fs dav deflate disk_cache expires ext_filter file_cache hea                           ders imap include info ldap mem_cache mime_magic perl php5 proxy_connect proxy_ftp proxy_http proxy rewrite speling ssl suexec unique_id userdir usertrack vhost _alias
With a manual install of apache.
for ssl, i've already install openssl but apache doesn't know where he has to find them ( that the pb I think)
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Old 13th February 2007, 09:55
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Quote:
.....proxy rewrite speling ssl suexec unique_id userdir.....
Still, the 'ssl' module is in the list your showed us.
I don't understand what you trying to ask. Sorry.
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