It worked fine for me on 6.2.1 - on 6.3 however, it tells me it can’t find autom4ke even though it is there…
I noticed file conflicts reported by the installer which I did not see on 6.2.1 when installing the same packages. (it seems to report conflicts left and right).
I have installed 6.3 twice to be sure, I get the same result.
Is this a known issue? Am I missing something simple?
My goal is to compile apache 2.0.50 and PHP 5.0.0 like mikep has done here: mikep.qnx.org.ru/ , which I did install and get working only to find he hadn’t compiled PHP with mysql, which I require…
(I can get MySQl 4.0.18 running no problem with the supplied binaries from MySQL)
Also, when I attempted to compile apache 2.0.50 on 6.2.1 I could only do so successfully by compiling static modules and disabling mime-magic as mike describes he did as well. (instead he fixed the issue with mime-magic and supposedly a fixed libtool?) What I’m getting at here is how can I get apache to compile with shared modules like he has done - where is this fixed libtool - anybody know? (the current one dumps linked shared modules with the error “od: illegal parameter --x”)
But before I get back to those questions I need to know why autoconf seems broken on 6.3, should I just go back to 6.2.1? Or is there a fix for autoconf on 6.3 or have I missed something?