not being created

I’m trying to install Apache via the command line, and have run into a problem. I’m using openSUSE 11.2 32-bit, and am attempting to install Apache 2.4.3. I installed apr and apr-util, and those installations appeared to have succeeded - I didn’t get any warnings or errors. When I run the configure script for Apache, I get the following warnings/errors:

./configure --prefix=/usr/local/apache2/ --with-apr=/usr/local/apr

configure: WARNING: apr/apr-util is compiled without ldap support
configure: WARNING: apr/apr-util is compiled without ldap support
configure: WARNING: Your APR does not include SSL/EVP support. To enable it: configure --with-crypto
cat: /home/matt/Downloads/httpd-2.4.3/srclib/ No such file or directory

I’m assuming the WARNINGs I can ignore and Apache should still run fine. If my assumption is wrong, please let me know. The last one I believe is a real problem, because when I try to run make, I get the following errors:

Making all in srclib
make[1]: Entering directory /home/matt/Downloads/httpd-2.4.3/srclib' make[1]: *** No rule to make target all’. Stop.
make[1]: Leaving directory `/home/matt/Downloads/httpd-2.4.3/srclib’
make: *** [all-recursive] Error 1

Sure enough, there is no in my srclib directory. Why didn’t it get created? My srclib directory has directories for apr and apr-util, and it has the following files: .deps and Makefile. I’m trying to figure out why my file didn’t get created - does anyone have any ideas?



try running ./configure first , then make check if it is available then run make or make all or make install
may be you should read the INSTALL file first to get directions

why don’t you simply install from opensuse repository ?


Hello mmckain,

I see this is your first post here. Welcome.

That said, I also have a few remarks. First a Forum’s technical one. Can you please post your copied/pasted computer text between CODE tags. You get them by clicking on the # button in thetoolbar of the pos editor.

Then, like @metehyi, I am wondering why you try to build Apache yourself. But I am going further. openSUSE 11.2 is realy a thing of the past. Supported versions are 12.1 and 12.2. Using such an old level deprives you not only from any (maybe needed) security updates, but it will be difficult to find people in the community here that still have an 11.2 installation running to help you with any problems.