> Hi,
> Okay, after many hours I have tomcat installed and I can connect to it's
> webserver. Unfortunately, I want to connect to to Apache and have it hand
> off the requests to tomcat.
> Here's the background and the most current glitches...
> Jakarta-Tomcat 4.1.12
> Apache 2.0.43
> jdk1.2.2
> mod_jk-3.3-ap20.so // does this even work with tomcat 4??
> ...and probably other things that I already forgot about.
> Okay, after adding the following lines to my httpd.conf,
> LoadModule jk_module libexec/apache2/mod_jk-3.3-ap20.so
> AddModule mod_jk.c # why is this here? Isn't this compile-time stuff?
> JkWorkersFile /usr/local/jakarta-tomcat/conf/workers.properties
> JkLogFile /usr/local/apache/logs/mod_jk.log
> JkLogLevel info
> JkLogStampFormat "[%a %b %d %H:%M:%S %Y] "
> when I try to start apache, I get:
> Syntax error on line 277 of /usr/local/etc/apache2/httpd.conf:
> Cannot load /usr/local/libexec/apache2/mod_jk-3.3-ap20.so into server:
> Shared object "libc.so.6" not found
> The catch is libc.so.6 is on the system. The mod_jk that I got was the
> binary, and I got it as binary on the recommendation of the documentation
> on jakarta.apache.org. It's my guess, that the binary doesn't know where
> to look for the shared object.

Run 'ldconfig -r' to get the current list of cached shared objects.  If
libc.so.6 isn't there, then you've got your explanation.

However, there is a bigger problem -- where the heck did you get libc.so.6
from?  FreeBSD doesn't have one of these -- FreeBSD 4.x has libc.so.4 and
FreeBSD 5.x has libc.so.5.

Matt Emmerton

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