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From:Mike McLagan Date:March 13 1999 12:48pm
Subject:Re: mod_auth_mysql
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On Sat, 13 Mar 1999 02:38:35 -0500 (EST), Mike McLagan wrote:

>   I am having a problem getting mod_auth_mysql compiled.  I sent the author an 
>email and it was not replied to.
>   After messing with the make file and determining the commands that I 
>actually needed to execute to get it to compile and build the program, I found 
>that the web server refuses to load it.  It complains that '__ucmpdi2' is an 
>unresolved symbol.
>   I'm using RH 5.1, gcc, MySQL 3.22.19a and mod_auth_mysql 2.20.
>   If anybody has a good idea about what to do with this, I'd appreciate it.

Hello (again),

   Yes, I'm replying to my own message.

   I got it to compile and load into the server.  I don't know why, but I had to 
force it to link libgcc.a by specifying it on the APXS_LDFLAGS variable, along 
with the /usr/lib/gcc-lib/i386-redhat-linux/ directory.

   Now, it crashes the server whenever I access a mod_perl script.  If I comment 
out mod_auth_mysql then the server has no problem with the mod_perl pages.

   There must be something terribly wrong with either the 4 systems I've tried to 
build this all on or with the module.

   Is anybody else using this in a similar config?

   Mike was here...

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