panic% cd /home/stas/src/httpd_perl/mod_perl-1.xx panic% perl Makefile.PL \ APACHE_SRC=../apache_1.3.x/src \ DO_HTTPD=1 USE_APACI=1 EVERYTHING=1 \ APACHE_PREFIX=/home/httpd/httpd_perl \ APACI_ARGS='--prefix=/home/httpd/httpd_perl'
If you need to pass any other configuration options to Apache's ./configure, add them after the —prefix option. For example:
APACI_ARGS='--prefix=/home/httpd/httpd_perl \ --enable-module=status'
Notice that just like in the httpd_docs configuration, you can use —target=httpd_perl. Note that this option has to be the very last argument in APACI_ARGS; otherwise make test tries to run httpd_perl, which fails.
Now build, test, and install httpd_perl.
panic% make && make test panic# make install
Upon installation, Apache puts a stripped version of httpd at /home/httpd/httpd_perl/bin/httpd. The original version, which includes debugging symbols (if you need to run a debugger on this executable), is located at /home/stas/src/httpd_perl/apache_1.3.x/src/httpd.
Now rename httpd to httpd_perl:
panic% mv /home/httpd/httpd_perl/bin/httpd \ /home/httpd/httpd_perl/bin/httpd_perl
and update the apachectl utility to drive the renamed httpd:
panic% perl -p -i -e 's|bin/httpd|bin/httpd_perl|' \ /home/httpd/httpd_perl/bin/apachectl
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