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Old 11-03-2003, 06:08 PM   #1
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Compiling Apache

HI... i'm not shure if this thread belongs to this forum, anyways, any help i can get, would be welcome....
i'm trying to compile httpd-2.0.47 statically.... that's rigth, it sucks!! but some one whant's me to do it that way....
i'm doing something like this...
./configure --prefix=/my/path LDFLAGS=-static
now, that should do the thirck, however when i'm doing make i sence some "-export-dynamic" flags, as fas as i know this is a compiler flag to allow reflexive dlopens, but i have no idea what this means!! , and when the compilation proces ends and as so the make install process, i check the files with ldd and there are still some depencendy... any ideas?

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