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Bug #34159 enable-static set, and no static libs produced
Submitted: 2005-08-16 21:38 UTC Modified: 2005-08-17 15:48 UTC
From: ljanda at checkstop dot com Assigned:
Status: Not a bug Package: *Configuration Issues
PHP Version: 4.4.0 OS: SCO 5.05
Private report: No CVE-ID: None
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 [2005-08-16 21:38 UTC] ljanda at checkstop dot com
Either a make problem or documentation problem.
Used --enable-static where is libphp4.a


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 [2005-08-16 21:41 UTC]
Be more verbose, please.
 [2005-08-16 21:45 UTC]
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 [2005-08-17 14:50 UTC] ljanda at checkstop dot com
More info- I am trying to compile apache 2.0.54 with php 4.4.0 as static. I cannot locate anything in docs on how to do this. 
Under 1.3.33 there was a activate-module parm but this does not exist anymore.
Essentially what I need is instructions on how to do this.
 [2005-08-17 14:56 UTC]
Not a PHP bug, Apache 2 doesn't support static modules anymore. (and if this is not what you mean, you need to be quite a lot more verbose of what you're doing).
 [2005-08-17 15:38 UTC] ljanda at checkstop dot com
Does apache 2 support standard shared libs or only DSO?
 [2005-08-17 15:40 UTC] ljanda at checkstop dot com
And where does it say this in the documents?
 [2005-08-17 15:48 UTC] ljanda at checkstop dot com
This is from the apache 2 document:

The Apache HTTP Server is a modular program where the administrator can choose the functionality to include in the server by selecting a set of modules. The modules can be statically compiled into the httpd binary when the server is built. Alternatively, modules can be compiled as Dynamic Shared Objects (DSOs) that exist separately from the main httpd binary file. DSO modules may be compiled at the time the server is built, or they may be compiled and added at a later time using the Apache Extension Tool (apxs).
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