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Slash on Mac OS X - Undefined Symbols again

posted by Krow on 12:32 PM February 14th, 2003   Printer-friendly   Email story

I am fairly new to Mac OS X and Slash so please apologise any stupidities.

I've been trying to install Slash on Mac OS X for 2 days now and after resolving any Fink and firewall and Perl 5.8.0 issues am nearly there.

There's just this one tiny module that still has undefined Symbols: Apache::Slash::User:

> perl -MSlash::Apache::User
dyld: perl Undefined symbols:

I've tried deleting the directories in /Library/Perl and reinstalling Slash but to no avail. I installed Perl according to the HOWTO at Apple's and it seems to work fine, installing a slash site worked perfectly well, I just can't start neither apache nor slashd.

Any ideas?


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  • It shouldn't be blocking you... I have slash running on OS X and I have the same error.

    However, do you have libapreq installed? Apache::User and cookie still haven't been ported to OSX. Installing libapreq will solve that problem for you, look on for instructions.

    good luck!


    --patience et longueur de temps font plus que force ni que rage--

    • I have installed libapreq in this way. When I'm including Apache::Cookie in a (mod_-)perl script, I get the following error messages: loading libraries for image: /usr/local/perl5-8/Library/Perl/5.8.0/darwin/auto/ Apache/Cookie/Cookie.bundle loading library: /usr/local/lib/libapreq.1.dylib loading libraries for image: /usr/local/lib/libapreq.1.dylib dyld: sbin/httpd Undefined symbols: _ap_pstrndup _ap_push_array _perl_request_rec _sv2request_rec [Sun Feb 16 21:50:51 2003] [notice] child pid 13957 exit signal Trace/BPT trap (5) I actually can't even make test while installing libapreq. I just deleted my perl-distribution and installed it anew, recompiled mod_perl/apache and libapreq and still get the above errors. Mmph, Christian