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Problems compiling Apache 2.0.49 with mod_auth_pgsql

P: n/a
Hi All!

Trying to upgrade to Apache 2.0.49 and getting compile errors related to
mod_auth_pgsql, any clue?:

make[1]: Entering directory `/usr/src/httpd-2.0.49'
/usr/src/httpd-2.0.49/srclib/apr/libtool --silent --mode=link gcc -pthread
-I/ =500 -D_BSD_SOURCE -D_SVID_SOURCE -D_GNU_SOURCE
-DAP_HAVE_DESIGNATED_INITIALIZER I. -I/usr/src/httpd-2.0.49/os/unix
-I/usr/src/httpd-2.0.49/server/mpm/prefork -I .49/modules/proxy
-I/usr/src/httpd-2.0.49/include -I/usr/src/httpd-2.0.49/module -o httpd
modules.lo modules/aaa/mod_access.la modules/aaa/mod_auth.la modules
s/metadata/mod_env.la modules/metadata/mod_mime_magic.la
modules/metadata/mod_ex _setenvif.la modules/ssl/mod_ssl.la
modules/http/mod_http.la modules/http/mod_mi a
modules/generators/mod_autoindex.la modules/generators/mod_asis.la
modules/gen ers/mod_dir.la modules/mappers/mod_imap.la
modules/mappers/mod_actions.la module ork/libprefork.la server/libmain.la
os/unix/libos.la -lssl -lcrypto /usr/src/htt ldb-4.0 -lexpat -liconv
/usr/src/httpd-2.0.49/srclib/apr/libapr-0.la -lrt -lm -l
modules/aaa/.libs/mod_auth_pgsql.al(mod_auth_pgsql.lo)(.text+0x470): In
function
: undefined reference to `PQsetdbLogin'
modules/aaa/.libs/mod_auth_pgsql.al(mod_auth_pgsql.lo)(.text+0x482): In
function
: undefined reference to `PQstatus'
modules/aaa/.libs/mod_auth_pgsql.al(mod_auth_pgsql.lo)(.text+0x49a): In
function
: undefined reference to `PQreset'
modules/aaa/.libs/mod_auth_pgsql.al(mod_auth_pgsql.lo)(.text+0x4aa): In
function
: undefined reference to `PQerrorMessage'
modules/aaa/.libs/mod_auth_pgsql.al(mod_auth_pgsql.lo)(.text+0x4d2): In
function
: undefined reference to `PQstatus'
modules/aaa/.libs/mod_auth_pgsql.al(mod_auth_pgsql.lo)(.text+0x4e6): In
function
: undefined reference to `PQerrorMessage'
modules/aaa/.libs/mod_auth_pgsql.al(mod_auth_pgsql.lo)(.text+0x51d): In
function
: undefined reference to `PQexec'
modules/aaa/.libs/mod_auth_pgsql.al(mod_auth_pgsql.lo)(.text+0x53c): In
function
: undefined reference to `PQerrorMessage'
modules/aaa/.libs/mod_auth_pgsql.al(mod_auth_pgsql.lo)(.text+0x56e): In
function
: undefined reference to `PQresultStatus'
modules/aaa/.libs/mod_auth_pgsql.al(mod_auth_pgsql.lo)(.text+0x580): In
function
: undefined reference to `PQclear'
modules/aaa/.libs/mod_auth_pgsql.al(mod_auth_pgsql.lo)(.text+0x59a): In
function
: undefined reference to `PQresultStatus'
modules/aaa/.libs/mod_auth_pgsql.al(mod_auth_pgsql.lo)(.text+0x5b5): In
function
: undefined reference to `PQerrorMessage'
modules/aaa/.libs/mod_auth_pgsql.al(mod_auth_pgsql.lo)(.text+0x5db): In
function
: undefined reference to `PQclear'
modules/aaa/.libs/mod_auth_pgsql.al(mod_auth_pgsql.lo)(.text+0x5f5): In
function
: undefined reference to `PQntuples'
modules/aaa/.libs/mod_auth_pgsql.al(mod_auth_pgsql.lo)(.text+0x610): In
function
: undefined reference to `PQgetvalue'
modules/aaa/.libs/mod_auth_pgsql.al(mod_auth_pgsql.lo)(.text+0x629): In
function
: undefined reference to `PQerrorMessage'
modules/aaa/.libs/mod_auth_pgsql.al(mod_auth_pgsql.lo)(.text+0x64f): In
function
: undefined reference to `PQclear'
modules/aaa/.libs/mod_auth_pgsql.al(mod_auth_pgsql.lo)(.text+0x6ad): In
function
: undefined reference to `PQclear'
modules/aaa/.libs/mod_auth_pgsql.al(mod_auth_pgsql.lo)(.text+0x6d5): In
function
: undefined reference to `PQclear'
collect2: ld returned 1 exit status
make[1]: *** [httpd] Error 1
make[1]: Leaving directory `/usr/src/httpd-2.0.49'
make: *** [all-recursive] Error 1

System is Redhat 9 running kernel 2.4.25... It still compiles fine with
apache 2.0.48... I must be missing something, because I don't see others
having similar problems... My configure command is as follows:

CFLAGS="-I/usr/kerberos/include -DSECURITY_HOLE_PASS_AUTHORIZATION"
../configure --prefix=/usr/apache2 --datadir=/www --enable-auth-digest
--enable-mime-magic --enable-expires --enable-headers --enable-usertrack
--enable-static-rotatelogs --enable-http --enable-dav --enable-dav-fs
-enable-cgi --enable-so --enable-ssl
--with-module=aaa:../mod_auth_pgsql-2.0.1/mod_auth_pgsql.c
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hi ryan,
I think something is wrong with your --with-module line in the configure. Syntax should be

--with-module=module-type:module-file
Enable module-file in the modules/<module-type>
but it's not in modules/aaa {just downloaded this from their site}

[root@www httpd-2.0.49]# ls modules/aaa
config.m4 mod_access.dsp mod_auth_anon.dsp mod_auth_dbm.c mod_auth_digest.c mod_auth.exp NWGNUdigest
Makefile.in mod_access.exp mod_auth_anon.exp mod_auth_dbm.dsp mod_auth_digest.dsp NWGNUauthanon NWGNUmakefile
mod_access.c mod_auth_anon.c mod_auth.c mod_auth_dbm.exp mod_auth.dsp NWGNUauthdbm
and it's not part of the distribution, maybe it doesn't work to just put it in some directory and try to get the --with-module flag to compile it. In fact, for 1.3.x you had to compile in its separate directory and then compile apache with the --activate-module= flag, but that configure option is lost in 2.0.x. so .... and mod_auth_pgsql doesn't say it's work for 2.0.x only for 1.3.x as per their web site. I would try the apxs build. The problem with the build you are doing is that its' not linking against -lpq anywhere.

On Thu, Apr 01, 2004 at 08:58:28PM -0500, Ryan Riehle wrote:
Hi All!

Trying to upgrade to Apache 2.0.49 and getting compile errors related to
mod_auth_pgsql, any clue?:

make[1]: Entering directory `/usr/src/httpd-2.0.49'
/usr/src/httpd-2.0.49/srclib/apr/libtool --silent --mode=link gcc -pthread
-I/ =500 -D_BSD_SOURCE -D_SVID_SOURCE -D_GNU_SOURCE
-DAP_HAVE_DESIGNATED_INITIALIZER I. -I/usr/src/httpd-2.0.49/os/unix
-I/usr/src/httpd-2.0.49/server/mpm/prefork -I .49/modules/proxy
-I/usr/src/httpd-2.0.49/include -I/usr/src/httpd-2.0.49/module -o httpd
modules.lo modules/aaa/mod_access.la modules/aaa/mod_auth.la modules
s/metadata/mod_env.la modules/metadata/mod_mime_magic.la
modules/metadata/mod_ex _setenvif.la modules/ssl/mod_ssl.la
modules/http/mod_http.la modules/http/mod_mi a
modules/generators/mod_autoindex.la modules/generators/mod_asis.la
modules/gen ers/mod_dir.la modules/mappers/mod_imap.la
modules/mappers/mod_actions.la module ork/libprefork.la server/libmain.la
os/unix/libos.la -lssl -lcrypto /usr/src/htt ldb-4.0 -lexpat -liconv
/usr/src/httpd-2.0.49/srclib/apr/libapr-0.la -lrt -lm -l
modules/aaa/.libs/mod_auth_pgsql.al(mod_auth_pgsql.lo)(.text+0x470): In
function
: undefined reference to `PQsetdbLogin'
modules/aaa/.libs/mod_auth_pgsql.al(mod_auth_pgsql.lo)(.text+0x482): In
function
: undefined reference to `PQstatus'
modules/aaa/.libs/mod_auth_pgsql.al(mod_auth_pgsql.lo)(.text+0x49a): In
function
: undefined reference to `PQreset'
modules/aaa/.libs/mod_auth_pgsql.al(mod_auth_pgsql.lo)(.text+0x4aa): In
function
: undefined reference to `PQerrorMessage'
modules/aaa/.libs/mod_auth_pgsql.al(mod_auth_pgsql.lo)(.text+0x4d2): In
function
: undefined reference to `PQstatus'
modules/aaa/.libs/mod_auth_pgsql.al(mod_auth_pgsql.lo)(.text+0x4e6): In
function
: undefined reference to `PQerrorMessage'
modules/aaa/.libs/mod_auth_pgsql.al(mod_auth_pgsql.lo)(.text+0x51d): In
function
: undefined reference to `PQexec'
modules/aaa/.libs/mod_auth_pgsql.al(mod_auth_pgsql.lo)(.text+0x53c): In
function
: undefined reference to `PQerrorMessage'
modules/aaa/.libs/mod_auth_pgsql.al(mod_auth_pgsql.lo)(.text+0x56e): In
function
: undefined reference to `PQresultStatus'
modules/aaa/.libs/mod_auth_pgsql.al(mod_auth_pgsql.lo)(.text+0x580): In
function
: undefined reference to `PQclear'
modules/aaa/.libs/mod_auth_pgsql.al(mod_auth_pgsql.lo)(.text+0x59a): In
function
: undefined reference to `PQresultStatus'
modules/aaa/.libs/mod_auth_pgsql.al(mod_auth_pgsql.lo)(.text+0x5b5): In
function
: undefined reference to `PQerrorMessage'
modules/aaa/.libs/mod_auth_pgsql.al(mod_auth_pgsql.lo)(.text+0x5db): In
function
: undefined reference to `PQclear'
modules/aaa/.libs/mod_auth_pgsql.al(mod_auth_pgsql.lo)(.text+0x5f5): In
function
: undefined reference to `PQntuples'
modules/aaa/.libs/mod_auth_pgsql.al(mod_auth_pgsql.lo)(.text+0x610): In
function
: undefined reference to `PQgetvalue'
modules/aaa/.libs/mod_auth_pgsql.al(mod_auth_pgsql.lo)(.text+0x629): In
function
: undefined reference to `PQerrorMessage'
modules/aaa/.libs/mod_auth_pgsql.al(mod_auth_pgsql.lo)(.text+0x64f): In
function
: undefined reference to `PQclear'
modules/aaa/.libs/mod_auth_pgsql.al(mod_auth_pgsql.lo)(.text+0x6ad): In
function
: undefined reference to `PQclear'
modules/aaa/.libs/mod_auth_pgsql.al(mod_auth_pgsql.lo)(.text+0x6d5): In
function
: undefined reference to `PQclear'
collect2: ld returned 1 exit status
make[1]: *** [httpd] Error 1
make[1]: Leaving directory `/usr/src/httpd-2.0.49'
make: *** [all-recursive] Error 1

System is Redhat 9 running kernel 2.4.25... It still compiles fine with
apache 2.0.48... I must be missing something, because I don't see others
having similar problems... My configure command is as follows:

CFLAGS="-I/usr/kerberos/include -DSECURITY_HOLE_PASS_AUTHORIZATION"
./configure --prefix=/usr/apache2 --datadir=/www --enable-auth-digest
--enable-mime-magic --enable-expires --enable-headers --enable-usertrack
--enable-static-rotatelogs --enable-http --enable-dav --enable-dav-fs
-enable-cgi --enable-so --enable-ssl
--with-module=aaa:../mod_auth_pgsql-2.0.1/mod_auth_pgsql.c
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Nov 23 '05 #2

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I'm using mod_auth_pgsq, version 2.0.1... it's for use with apache 2.0.x got
it from their site: http://www.giuseppetanzilli.it/mod%5Fauth%5Fpgsql2/

-Ryan
-----Original Message-----
From: pg*****************@postgresql.org
[mailto:pg*****************@postgresql.org] On Behalf Of joseph speigle
Sent: Thursday, April 01, 2004 10:55 PM
To: pg***********@postgresql.org
Subject: Re: [GENERAL] Problems compiling Apache 2.0.49 with mod_auth_pgsql
hi ryan,
I think something is wrong with your --with-module line in the configure.
Syntax should be

--with-module=module-type:module-file
Enable module-file in the modules/<module-type>
but it's not in modules/aaa {just downloaded this from their site}

[root@www httpd-2.0.49]# ls modules/aaa
config.m4 mod_access.dsp mod_auth_anon.dsp mod_auth_dbm.c
mod_auth_digest.c mod_auth.exp NWGNUdigest
Makefile.in mod_access.exp mod_auth_anon.exp mod_auth_dbm.dsp
mod_auth_digest.dsp NWGNUauthanon NWGNUmakefile
mod_access.c mod_auth_anon.c mod_auth.c mod_auth_dbm.exp
mod_auth.dsp NWGNUauthdbm
and it's not part of the distribution, maybe it doesn't work to just put it
in some directory and try to get the --with-module flag to compile it. In
fact, for 1.3.x you had to compile in its separate directory and then
compile apache with the --activate-module= flag, but that configure option
is lost in 2.0.x. so .... and mod_auth_pgsql doesn't say it's work for
2.0.x only for 1.3.x as per their web site. I would try the apxs build.
The problem with the build you are doing is that its' not linking against
-lpq anywhere.

On Thu, Apr 01, 2004 at 08:58:28PM -0500, Ryan Riehle wrote:
Hi All!

Trying to upgrade to Apache 2.0.49 and getting compile errors related
to mod_auth_pgsql, any clue?:

make[1]: Entering directory `/usr/src/httpd-2.0.49'
/usr/src/httpd-2.0.49/srclib/apr/libtool --silent --mode=link gcc
-pthread -I/ =500 -D_BSD_SOURCE -D_SVID_SOURCE -D_GNU_SOURCE
-DAP_HAVE_DESIGNATED_INITIALIZER I. -I/usr/src/httpd-2.0.49/os/unix
-I/usr/src/httpd-2.0.49/server/mpm/prefork -I .49/modules/proxy
-I/usr/src/httpd-2.0.49/include -I/usr/src/httpd-2.0.49/module -o
httpd modules.lo modules/aaa/mod_access.la modules/aaa/mod_auth.la
modules s/metadata/mod_env.la modules/metadata/mod_mime_magic.la
modules/metadata/mod_ex _setenvif.la modules/ssl/mod_ssl.la
modules/http/mod_http.la modules/http/mod_mi a
modules/generators/mod_autoindex.la modules/generators/mod_asis.la
modules/gen ers/mod_dir.la modules/mappers/mod_imap.la
modules/mappers/mod_actions.la module ork/libprefork.la
server/libmain.la os/unix/libos.la -lssl -lcrypto /usr/src/htt ldb-4.0
-lexpat -liconv /usr/src/httpd-2.0.49/srclib/apr/libapr-0.la -lrt -lm
-l
modules/aaa/.libs/mod_auth_pgsql.al(mod_auth_pgsql.lo)(.text+0x470): In
function
: undefined reference to `PQsetdbLogin'
modules/aaa/.libs/mod_auth_pgsql.al(mod_auth_pgsql.lo)(.text+0x482): In
function
: undefined reference to `PQstatus'
modules/aaa/.libs/mod_auth_pgsql.al(mod_auth_pgsql.lo)(.text+0x49a): In
function
: undefined reference to `PQreset'
modules/aaa/.libs/mod_auth_pgsql.al(mod_auth_pgsql.lo)(.text+0x4aa): In
function
: undefined reference to `PQerrorMessage'
modules/aaa/.libs/mod_auth_pgsql.al(mod_auth_pgsql.lo)(.text+0x4d2): In
function
: undefined reference to `PQstatus'
modules/aaa/.libs/mod_auth_pgsql.al(mod_auth_pgsql.lo)(.text+0x4e6): In
function
: undefined reference to `PQerrorMessage'
modules/aaa/.libs/mod_auth_pgsql.al(mod_auth_pgsql.lo)(.text+0x51d): In
function
: undefined reference to `PQexec'
modules/aaa/.libs/mod_auth_pgsql.al(mod_auth_pgsql.lo)(.text+0x53c): In
function
: undefined reference to `PQerrorMessage'
modules/aaa/.libs/mod_auth_pgsql.al(mod_auth_pgsql.lo)(.text+0x56e): In
function
: undefined reference to `PQresultStatus'
modules/aaa/.libs/mod_auth_pgsql.al(mod_auth_pgsql.lo)(.text+0x580): In
function
: undefined reference to `PQclear'
modules/aaa/.libs/mod_auth_pgsql.al(mod_auth_pgsql.lo)(.text+0x59a): In
function
: undefined reference to `PQresultStatus'
modules/aaa/.libs/mod_auth_pgsql.al(mod_auth_pgsql.lo)(.text+0x5b5): In
function
: undefined reference to `PQerrorMessage'
modules/aaa/.libs/mod_auth_pgsql.al(mod_auth_pgsql.lo)(.text+0x5db): In
function
: undefined reference to `PQclear'
modules/aaa/.libs/mod_auth_pgsql.al(mod_auth_pgsql.lo)(.text+0x5f5): In
function
: undefined reference to `PQntuples'
modules/aaa/.libs/mod_auth_pgsql.al(mod_auth_pgsql.lo)(.text+0x610): In
function
: undefined reference to `PQgetvalue'
modules/aaa/.libs/mod_auth_pgsql.al(mod_auth_pgsql.lo)(.text+0x629): In
function
: undefined reference to `PQerrorMessage'
modules/aaa/.libs/mod_auth_pgsql.al(mod_auth_pgsql.lo)(.text+0x64f): In
function
: undefined reference to `PQclear'
modules/aaa/.libs/mod_auth_pgsql.al(mod_auth_pgsql.lo)(.text+0x6ad): In
function
: undefined reference to `PQclear'
modules/aaa/.libs/mod_auth_pgsql.al(mod_auth_pgsql.lo)(.text+0x6d5): In
function
: undefined reference to `PQclear'
collect2: ld returned 1 exit status
make[1]: *** [httpd] Error 1
make[1]: Leaving directory `/usr/src/httpd-2.0.49'
make: *** [all-recursive] Error 1

System is Redhat 9 running kernel 2.4.25... It still compiles fine
with apache 2.0.48... I must be missing something, because I don't see
others having similar problems... My configure command is as follows:

CFLAGS="-I/usr/kerberos/include -DSECURITY_HOLE_PASS_AUTHORIZATION"
./configure --prefix=/usr/apache2 --datadir=/www --enable-auth-digest
--enable-mime-magic --enable-expires --enable-headers
--enable-usertrack --enable-static-rotatelogs --enable-http
--enable-dav --enable-dav-fs -enable-cgi --enable-so --enable-ssl
--with-module=aaa:../mod_auth_pgsql-2.0.1/mod_auth_pgsql.c
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Nov 23 '05 #3

P: n/a
ryan, did you do this?

- edit config_vars.mk
vi build/config_vars.mk
add "-I/usr/local/pgsql/include" to the end of EXTRA_INCLUDES
add "-lpq -L/usr/local/pgsql/lib" to the end of EXTRA_LIBS

?
On Fri, Apr 02, 2004 at 12:49:43AM -0500, Ryan Riehle wrote:
I'm using mod_auth_pgsq, version 2.0.1... it's for use with apache 2.0.x got
it from their site: http://www.giuseppetanzilli.it/mod%5Fauth%5Fpgsql2/

-Ryan
-----Original Message-----
From: pg*****************@postgresql.org
[mailto:pg*****************@postgresql.org] On Behalf Of joseph speigle
Sent: Thursday, April 01, 2004 10:55 PM
To: pg***********@postgresql.org
Subject: Re: [GENERAL] Problems compiling Apache 2.0.49 with mod_auth_pgsql
hi ryan,
I think something is wrong with your --with-module line in the configure.
Syntax should be

--with-module=module-type:module-file
Enable module-file in the modules/<module-type>
but it's not in modules/aaa {just downloaded this from their site}

[root@www httpd-2.0.49]# ls modules/aaa
config.m4 mod_access.dsp mod_auth_anon.dsp mod_auth_dbm.c
mod_auth_digest.c mod_auth.exp NWGNUdigest
Makefile.in mod_access.exp mod_auth_anon.exp mod_auth_dbm.dsp
mod_auth_digest.dsp NWGNUauthanon NWGNUmakefile
mod_access.c mod_auth_anon.c mod_auth.c mod_auth_dbm.exp
mod_auth.dsp NWGNUauthdbm
and it's not part of the distribution, maybe it doesn't work to just put it
in some directory and try to get the --with-module flag to compile it. In
fact, for 1.3.x you had to compile in its separate directory and then
compile apache with the --activate-module= flag, but that configure option
is lost in 2.0.x. so .... and mod_auth_pgsql doesn't say it's work for
2.0.x only for 1.3.x as per their web site. I would try the apxs build.
The problem with the build you are doing is that its' not linking against
-lpq anywhere.

On Thu, Apr 01, 2004 at 08:58:28PM -0500, Ryan Riehle wrote:
Hi All!

Trying to upgrade to Apache 2.0.49 and getting compile errors related
to mod_auth_pgsql, any clue?:

make[1]: Entering directory `/usr/src/httpd-2.0.49'
/usr/src/httpd-2.0.49/srclib/apr/libtool --silent --mode=link gcc
-pthread -I/ =500 -D_BSD_SOURCE -D_SVID_SOURCE -D_GNU_SOURCE
-DAP_HAVE_DESIGNATED_INITIALIZER I. -I/usr/src/httpd-2.0.49/os/unix
-I/usr/src/httpd-2.0.49/server/mpm/prefork -I .49/modules/proxy
-I/usr/src/httpd-2.0.49/include -I/usr/src/httpd-2.0.49/module -o
httpd modules.lo modules/aaa/mod_access.la modules/aaa/mod_auth.la
modules s/metadata/mod_env.la modules/metadata/mod_mime_magic.la
modules/metadata/mod_ex _setenvif.la modules/ssl/mod_ssl.la
modules/http/mod_http.la modules/http/mod_mi a
modules/generators/mod_autoindex.la modules/generators/mod_asis.la
modules/gen ers/mod_dir.la modules/mappers/mod_imap.la
modules/mappers/mod_actions.la module ork/libprefork.la
server/libmain.la os/unix/libos.la -lssl -lcrypto /usr/src/htt ldb-4.0
-lexpat -liconv /usr/src/httpd-2.0.49/srclib/apr/libapr-0.la -lrt -lm
-l
modules/aaa/.libs/mod_auth_pgsql.al(mod_auth_pgsql.lo)(.text+0x470): In
function
: undefined reference to `PQsetdbLogin'
modules/aaa/.libs/mod_auth_pgsql.al(mod_auth_pgsql.lo)(.text+0x482): In
function
: undefined reference to `PQstatus'
modules/aaa/.libs/mod_auth_pgsql.al(mod_auth_pgsql.lo)(.text+0x49a): In
function
: undefined reference to `PQreset'
modules/aaa/.libs/mod_auth_pgsql.al(mod_auth_pgsql.lo)(.text+0x4aa): In
function
: undefined reference to `PQerrorMessage'
modules/aaa/.libs/mod_auth_pgsql.al(mod_auth_pgsql.lo)(.text+0x4d2): In
function
: undefined reference to `PQstatus'
modules/aaa/.libs/mod_auth_pgsql.al(mod_auth_pgsql.lo)(.text+0x4e6): In
function
: undefined reference to `PQerrorMessage'
modules/aaa/.libs/mod_auth_pgsql.al(mod_auth_pgsql.lo)(.text+0x51d): In
function
: undefined reference to `PQexec'
modules/aaa/.libs/mod_auth_pgsql.al(mod_auth_pgsql.lo)(.text+0x53c): In
function
: undefined reference to `PQerrorMessage'
modules/aaa/.libs/mod_auth_pgsql.al(mod_auth_pgsql.lo)(.text+0x56e): In
function
: undefined reference to `PQresultStatus'
modules/aaa/.libs/mod_auth_pgsql.al(mod_auth_pgsql.lo)(.text+0x580): In
function
: undefined reference to `PQclear'
modules/aaa/.libs/mod_auth_pgsql.al(mod_auth_pgsql.lo)(.text+0x59a): In
function
: undefined reference to `PQresultStatus'
modules/aaa/.libs/mod_auth_pgsql.al(mod_auth_pgsql.lo)(.text+0x5b5): In
function
: undefined reference to `PQerrorMessage'
modules/aaa/.libs/mod_auth_pgsql.al(mod_auth_pgsql.lo)(.text+0x5db): In
function
: undefined reference to `PQclear'
modules/aaa/.libs/mod_auth_pgsql.al(mod_auth_pgsql.lo)(.text+0x5f5): In
function
: undefined reference to `PQntuples'
modules/aaa/.libs/mod_auth_pgsql.al(mod_auth_pgsql.lo)(.text+0x610): In
function
: undefined reference to `PQgetvalue'
modules/aaa/.libs/mod_auth_pgsql.al(mod_auth_pgsql.lo)(.text+0x629): In
function
: undefined reference to `PQerrorMessage'
modules/aaa/.libs/mod_auth_pgsql.al(mod_auth_pgsql.lo)(.text+0x64f): In
function
: undefined reference to `PQclear'
modules/aaa/.libs/mod_auth_pgsql.al(mod_auth_pgsql.lo)(.text+0x6ad): In
function
: undefined reference to `PQclear'
modules/aaa/.libs/mod_auth_pgsql.al(mod_auth_pgsql.lo)(.text+0x6d5): In
function
: undefined reference to `PQclear'
collect2: ld returned 1 exit status
make[1]: *** [httpd] Error 1
make[1]: Leaving directory `/usr/src/httpd-2.0.49'
make: *** [all-recursive] Error 1

System is Redhat 9 running kernel 2.4.25... It still compiles fine
with apache 2.0.48... I must be missing something, because I don't see
others having similar problems... My configure command is as follows:

CFLAGS="-I/usr/kerberos/include -DSECURITY_HOLE_PASS_AUTHORIZATION"
./configure --prefix=/usr/apache2 --datadir=/www --enable-auth-digest
--enable-mime-magic --enable-expires --enable-headers
--enable-usertrack --enable-static-rotatelogs --enable-http
--enable-dav --enable-dav-fs -enable-cgi --enable-so --enable-ssl
--with-module=aaa:../mod_auth_pgsql-2.0.1/mod_auth_pgsql.c
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