Name Last modified Size DescriptionCritical issues for Apache 2.0.40
Parent Directory - HTTP Server project aprutil-install.txt 2009-10-03 22:02 1.1K HTTP Server project ebcdic_patch.txt 2009-10-03 22:02 712 HTTP Server project openssl_autoselect_patch.txt 2009-10-03 22:02 2.7K HTTP Server project openssl_autoselect_patch.txt.asc 2009-10-03 22:02 186 PGP signature osx_libtool.patch 2009-10-03 22:02 545 Source code patch win32-enable-apr-iconv.patch 2009-10-03 22:02 8.0K Source code patch
Install libtool 1.4.2 separately. Once the Apache source distribution has been unpacked, run ./buildconf before ./configure.
If using expat from the source distribution instead of a previously installed expat, make install of apr-util will fail unless you use this patch.
If using the IBM compiler with optimization, a required patch is here.
Unfortunately, no currently-distributed libtool is known to work correctly with Apache on Mac OS X. The MacOS X Developer Tools come with GNU libtool (called glibtool but buildconf knows about this) 1.3.5, which is almost functional with Apache. It needs one little patch, which is in the file osx_libtool.patch in this directory. This allows you to build Apache on MacOS X 10.1 (Darwin 5.1 and onwards) using the Mac OS X Developer Tools.
Solaris 8 as initially shipped has a bug in the resolver library which can cause Apache 2.0 to hang in the getaddrinfo() library function. This problem can be avoided by adding --disable-ipv6 to your Apache configure invocation, but the best option is to apply the Sun-recommended Solaris 8 patch set to get the fix.
Install libtool separately. (1.3.5 and 1.4.2 are known to work.) Once the Apache source distribution has been unpacked, run ./buildconf before ./configure.