If your goal is just to build and install Apache with mod_perl out of their source trees, and you have no interest in further adjusting or enhancing Apache, proceed as we described in Chapter 2:
panic% tar xzvf apache_1.3.xx.tar.gz panic% tar xzvf mod_perl-1.xx.tar.gz panic% cd mod_perl-1.xx panic% perl Makefile.PL APACHE_SRC=../apache_1.3.xx/src \ DO_HTTPD=1 USE_APACI=1 EVERYTHING=1 panic% make && make test panic# make install panic# cd ../apache_1.3.xx panic# make install
This builds Apache statically with mod_perl, installs Apache under the default /usr/local/apache tree, and installs mod_perl into the site_perl hierarchy of your existing Perl installation.
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