Red Hat Bugzilla – Bug 245214
adminserver: Solaris port for 1.1
Last modified: 2015-12-07 11:59:33 EST
There are several problems related to building and running mod_admserv on Solaris.
Created attachment 157561 [details]
Your fixes look good.
Created attachment 157589 [details]
cvs commit log
Reviewed by: nhosoi (Thanks!)
Files: see diff
Fix Description: Fortitude can supply different components, depending on the
operating system. On Fedora, mod_nss and Apache are already there, so we don't
On RHEL4, we use Fortitude for mod_nss.
On Solaris, we use Fortitude for Apache and mod_nss.
I've created a fortitude.m4 that can handle all of these cases, and changed the
existing httpd.m4 and mod_nss.m4 to first see if fortitude.m4 has found the
component. configure will also pass the proper --with flags to mod_admserv and
ICU introduces a dependency on C++. Solaris requires linking with the C++
libraries and that also requires using C++ to link as well. This means using
the CXXLINK macro.
There were a few other minor porting issues which required the additional
compiler defines and use of config.h.
We need to set the libpath before using the @cgibindir@/config program.
LIBPATH was not being set correctly on Solaris because I was using the extended
sort flags instead of the standard ones.
Platforms tested: Solaris 9 64bit
Flag Day: no
Doc impact: no
Created attachment 157592 [details]
cvs commit log - fix build breakage
Fix Description: Fix build breakage involving CXXLINK and LINK
We have been building and running adminserver on Solaris for quite some time
now. Our Console automated tests have been testing the functionality.
Marking as VERIFIED.