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OS 10.4 - Installing apache 2 problems


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Perad

 
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I am using this..

http://www.semanticpool.de/manual-of...2-on-mac-os-x/

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$ curl http://apache.linux-mirror.org/httpd/httpd-2.2.4.tar.gz -O

$ tar xvfz httpd-2.2.4.tar.gz

$ cd httpd-2.2.4

# ./configure --prefix=/usr/local/apache2/ --enable-module=most --enable-shared=max

# make

# make install
It downloads the file and extracts it into a folder called httpd-2.2.4. The terminal then goes uses the cd command. This is where it all falls apart. The ./configure command doesn't rename the file folder, nor does it move it into the root/usr/local/ folder.

Is this command correct? What am i doing wrong?

EDIT: My Terminal has the following.. jason-stanleys-computer:~/httpd-2.2.4 jasonstanley$

My name being jason stanley. Should it have the jasonstanley after the folder?
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After 2 hours and much Googling worked out it was because I don't have the development tools duh, thanks for looking anyway.
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Thanks for posting the solution. This will help others wondering about the same thing you did. Hope you find the right development tools!

Did you need Xcode tools? I have no idea how to install Apache on a mac... *blush*
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