Which is best?
dj at linuxfromscratch.org
Tue Nov 16 07:29:48 PST 2010
"Randy McMurchy" <randy at linuxfromscratch.org> wrote:
>The Apache HTTPD server package needs to be patched to find the newest
>Berkeley-DB (which is not even in the book yet). Upstream has fixed the
>issue by updating the .m4 file that looks for Berkeley. I can go about
>putting instructions in the book two ways, which is better?
>or Method 2 (patch size 1526495 bytes)
Method 3: Install same versions of AC and AM. In a local directory, and add the bin sure at front of the path, and then generate the patch, see if that reduces the size. Should make a pretty considerable size difference.
-- DJ Lucas
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