mod_access.so missing in apache 2.2.19? Check This!
Hi there admins,
Today I spend an hour figuring out why the “Order” directive in apache 2.2.19 resulted in errors.
Knowing that “Order” was previously provided by “mod_access.so” i started my quest in figuring out why that module was missing. What did i find?
Mod_access was renamed or recompiled to “mod_authz_host.so”.
as described here…
after adding the module again it worked like a bliss 🙂
Howto compile apache 2.2.x?, heres a hint 🙂
./configure --prefix=/u01/proxy/ #Where to install?\ --enable-ssl=shared \ --enable-proxy=shared \ --enable-proxy-connect=shared \ --enable-proxy-ftp=shared \ --enable-proxy-http=shared \ --enable-proxy-ajp=shared \ --enable-proxy-balancer=shared \ --enable-cache=shared \ --enable-file-cache=shared \ --enable-mem-cache=shared \ --enable-disk-cache=shared \ --enable-deflate=shared \ --enable-http=shared \ --enable-dav=shared \ --enable-vhost-alias=shared \ --enable-rewrite=shared \ --enable-so=shared \ --with-ssl=/usr/bin/openssl > ./reviewlog.txt make >> ./reviewlog.txt make install >> ./reviewlog.txt make clean
Posted on August 1, 2011, in Apache 2.2 Linux, Linux, PHP, Tooling and tagged 2.2, access, Apache, cant, compiled, compiling, deny, directive, Find, missing, mistyped, Mod, mod_access, mod_access.so, order, use. Bookmark the permalink. Leave a comment.