On 11-03-2011 09:52, Clifton Wood wrote:
> You need to rebuild your Apache server with mod_perl support. This
> should be in the documentation. Check the version of Apache you are
> running now and download the corresponding source (or the 1.3.x
> version of your choice... later is better) and the corresponding
> mod_perl and you should be fine.
Uarghh, this is definitely nasty. I am not happy with rebuilding my
apache server outside debian's system. I just tried to build
libapache2-mod-perl2 from debian source, but I did not succeed (it
waited on the server (?) ...). In case I build my apache, I will end up
with packages that are incompatible with the debian-apache-system. To
keep my debian system I have to convert the compiled server to debian
packages, which is not far from rebuilding the whole debian-apache
system. This will take me days .... and I would actually build a
competing apache-debian-system - perhaps the debian guys are better than
I am! Probably, I will end up with ruined webserver. In short,
installing slash requires that start up a new webserver.
A better solution seems to be to fix the bugs in debians mod_perl. But,
I am not able to do this since my perl-knowledge is meager.
> Your best bet is to try and follow the instructions here:
I have followed it quite carefully.
> Make the appropriate replacements for versions. Again, later is
> better. And please ignore the link title. No one feels that way.
> Slash is a difficult beast to install.
> We hope to fix these problems in haXlash.
> - Cliff
> On Fri, Mar 11, 2011 at 2:54 AM, Flemming Bjerke <flem@...
> <mailto:flem@...>> wrote:
> On 10-03-2011 16:59, Marc G. Fournier wrote:
>> Make sure you are using the newer code found via haxlash.org
> <http://haxlash.org> ... I've
>> committed several fixes to the new repo ...
> Thank, you. Cool.
> I downloaded Bundle and started, but I had to install
> Apache::ExtUtils. It required: ln -s /usr/lib/libgdbm.so.3.0.0
> But, since I have no apache source, I omitted this: "Please tell me
> where I can find your apache src [../apache_x.x/src] "
> Eventually, it came out with error:
> make GROUP=nogroup === INSTALLING SLASH MODULES === Checking if your
> kit is complete... Looks good ERROR from evaluation of
> /tmp/lottadot-haxlash-cdca8b6/Slash/Apache/Makefile.PL: Can't locate
> Apache/ExtUtils.pm in @INC (@INC contains: /etc/perl
> /usr/local/lib/perl/5.10.1 /usr/local/share/perl/5.10.1
> /usr/lib/perl5 /usr/share/perl5 /usr/lib/perl/5.10.1
> /usr/share/perl/5.10.1 /usr/local/lib/site_perl
> /tmp/lottadot-haxlash-cdca8b6/Slash .) at ./Makefile.PL line 6. BEGIN
> failed--compilation aborted at ./Makefile.PL line 6. make: ***
> Ingen regel til at skabe mål 'install'. Stop. make: *** [slash] Fejl
> Any idea on how to get along?
> hyldebjerg:/tmp/lottadot-haxlash-cdca8b6# locate ExtUtils.pm
>> On Wed, 9 Mar 2011, Flemming Bjerke wrote:
>>> Dear All
>>> I have followed various tutorials of installation of slashcode.
>>> And eventually, I got installed the relevant modules (not least
>>> Bundles::Slash) and created a mysql database. Then, I unpacked
>>> Bundled-Slash.2.52 and cd into it. Then: perl Makefile.pl (which
>>> created a Makefile) make make install
>>> But, nothing seems to happen. There is no /usr/local/slash or
>>> /etc/init.d/slash. I have looked in the makefile, but I have
>>> little knowledge about the different funktions and variables so I
> quite lost.
>>> Could anyone help me?
>>> I use debian Squeeze on a 32-bit small tosiba laptop with intel
>>> processor that I use as server.
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