/usr/sbin/httpd: symbol lookup error: /usr/sbin/httpd: undefined symbol: apr_atomic_x
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yeah I found that on the first search I did but then I couldn't remember what I searched for to find that. It was the most helpful so far but I couldn't find a convenient way to install those so I continued my search hoping to find something simpler. So anyways, I don't know how to install those, I cant even find them.
yeah the real question is why are people asking me what distro I am using. this is in the slackware forum cause I am using slackware 12.1. I know there are programs to convert .rpm to .tgz but I have never had any success with them.
I fix it removing manually the old libraries that I have on /usr/local/lib and apache2 remains using that ones:
root@posido:/home/rgarcia# cp -up /usr/local/lib/libapr* libapr/
root@posido:/home/rgarcia# rm -i /usr/local/lib/libapr*
rm: remove regular file `/usr/local/lib/libapr-1.a'? y
rm: remove regular file `/usr/local/lib/libapr-1.la'? y
rm: remove symbolic link `/usr/local/lib/libapr-1.so'? y
rm: remove symbolic link `/usr/local/lib/libapr-1.so.0'? y
rm: remove regular file `/usr/local/lib/libapr-1.so.0.2.12'? y
rm: remove regular file `/usr/local/lib/libaprutil-1.a'? y
rm: remove regular file `/usr/local/lib/libaprutil-1.la'? y
rm: remove symbolic link `/usr/local/lib/libaprutil-1.so'? y
rm: remove symbolic link `/usr/local/lib/libaprutil-1.so.0'? y
rm: remove regular file `/usr/local/lib/libaprutil-1.so.0.2.12'? y
then reinstall the last version of libaprutil1 libaprutil1-dev libapr1 libapr1-dev and check that apache2 are using the correct apr libraries with ldd
this packages doesn't exists in slackware too (the -dev, btw, shouldn't be related to *running* apache).
you should post your solutions in your distribution specific forum because they apply to that.
plus you have installed stuff in /usr/local that breaks normal functioning of the distro's packages, you have to specify that, because it was the cause of your specific problem.
and more, the OP got this problem two years ago with slackware 12.1, he surely have found alternatives (and maybe updated his distro).