On 27 Jun, Alastair Stevens wrote:
> Hi - I am running FreeBSD 4.3, and have a clean Apache 1.3.14 source tree,
> patched with the full SGI Accelerator patch. I have set the following
> compiler flags, after reading all the documentation:
> CFLAGS=-DUSE_QSC -DSPEED_DAEMON -DUSE_DIRECT_IO -O2
> I then run "./configure --enable-module=mmap_static --enable-rule=IRIX64"
> to add the options I need. Then I run "make" of course, and the
> compilation fails at this point:
I compiled it a long time ago on FreeBSD, and I can't remember every
step, but I definitivly didn't used "--enable-rule=IRIX64".
I also didn't configured it myself, I used the ports framework (make
patch in the ports directory, applied the SGI patch, modified the
port-makefile (CFLAGS+=-DUSE_QSC ..., added --enable-module=mmap_static
to CONFIGURE_ARGS), make)). This also enables the use of the accept
filter (you want to add it to the kernel or to load the kernel module).
It's not a bug, it's tradition!
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