Forrest Aldrich said on Tue Jan 27, 2004:
> No, use /usr/bin/perl (SYSTEM) versus /usr/local/bin/perl and adjust my > makepl_args file accordingly. > > > At 06:39 AM 1/26/2004, you wrote: > >Forrest Aldrich asked on Mon Jan 26, 2004: > > > > > > > I'm working with mod_perl-1.x *current* on FreeBSD-4.9. > > > > > > For some time, I've had some difficulty getting this lot to work > >correctly, > > > as an OBJ (non-DSO). During the compile, I get a slew of > > > Dynaloader-related errors in the linking process. > > > > > > So today, I tried testing the compile using the SYSTEM perl > >(/usr/bin/perl) > > > and the compile completed fine, without any errors. > > > > > > It sounds to me like Dynaloader is not being compiled correctly in this > > > configuration - that's all I can take a guess at. > > > > > > I wonder if anyone else has had this problem with FreeBSD-4.x and > > > mod_perl. There must be a way to correct this. > > > > > > >What do you mean by 'using the SYSTEM perl' - did you uninstall the port, > >change the environment, or do something else? > OK - did you run use.perl port after you installed the port? As well as making /usr/bin/perl a symlink to /usr/local/bin/perl, it updates /etc/make.conf to prefer the port when compiling new software. _______________________________________________ [EMAIL PROTECTED] mailing list http://lists.freebsd.org/mailman/listinfo/freebsd-questions To unsubscribe, send any mail to "[EMAIL PROTECTED]"