[FGS] Starting apache error: httpd cannot execute binary file

Hao Zhang hao at zhang.nu
Mon Nov 2 11:51:29 EST 2009

On Mon, Nov 2, 2009 at 4:43 PM, Normand Savard <nsavard at mapgears.com> wrote:

> Hao Zhang wrote:
>>    I see mysql-5.1.30-linux-i686-icc-glibc23.tar.gz is hardcoded in
>>    get_mysql_devel.sh. Is there any compatible package for linux
>>    sparc64? If not, is it possible to skip mysql and/or gdal? I am
>>    not sure if mapserver requires gdal.
>>  Hao,
> You could check on
> http://packages.debian.org/search?arch=sparc&keywords=mysql-client.  I see
> one.  You can disable the support of mysql in fgs-dev/pkg_def/gdal/fgs_build
> by commenting the line:
> . $FGS_PKGS_DEF_HOME/_misc/get_mysql_devel.sh
> Hi Norm,

Should comment this line as well, right?


> This is the correct way to do it.
> MapServer requires gdal.  If you're not sure id a package requires another
> one you have to view the content of the *.required file for a specific
> package for instance for MapServer view:
> fgs-dev/pkg_dev/base.required
> As a side note, to help you in your process of building fgs on Spac64 could
> you paste a copy of your "build.list" file to see where you are at?
> Norm
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