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  • mod_auth_mysql with md5

    Hi guys,

    i'm trying desesperatly to install the mod_auth_mysql 3.2 module on my apache 1.3.26.
    i'm on a redhat 7.2

    i have just downloaded the v 3.2 at sourceforghe, but when i edit the file, it shows v3.1 ... starnge

    so, when i try to "Make" the .so, i got an error.
    the system tells me that apxs is not a valid command.

    i think that the makefile is corrupted ...

    must i do another thing before "Make" ?
    must i log su apache ?
    must i put the sources in a specific directory ?

    oh i realize that i haven't said taht it's to link a htaccess auth file with my vB.

    thanks in advance for help ...
    i'm just a noob at linux'admin

    EDIT : sorry for the bad posting. Please move into the correct foum

  • #2
    to ./configure add --with-apxs=/path/to/apache/bin/apxs... if it uses a configure script.

    No personal experience with that, but APXS is an apache executable for dynamically adding in modules without recompiling... like really really cool DSOs

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    • #3
      /usr/local/apache/bin/apxs -i -a -c mod_auth_mysql.c


      Of course, find the true location to apxs doing locate...

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      • #4
        thx

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        • #5
          thanks guys ...

          i'm just a ****ing noob, i just had to edit the makefile to add the path to apxs.

          Thanks again, this mod is really huge to protect a vB.

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          • #6
            Originally posted by NetherChris
            to ./configure add --with-apxs=/path/to/apache/bin/
            if it uses a configure script.

            No personal experience with that, but APXS is an apache executable for dynamically adding in modules without recompiling... like really really cool DSOs
            Not a perl file then? APXS only contains your apache build config [or not if package] -
            http://forums.cpfc.org/

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