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July 6, 2006, 4:10 pm
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I'm trying to set up siteminder 5.5 for apache 2.0.58. Has anyone done
this before? I followed netegrity's installation guide and set
SHLIB_PATH to be /opt/siteminder2/webagent/lib (this is of course the
path to where libmod_sm20.sl resides on my unix box) and added the
required lines to the httpd.conf file:
LoadModule sm_module /opt/siteminder2/webagent/lib/libmod_sm20.sl
(the back slashes were specified by the installation guide)
When i try to start apache it says
"Syntax error on line 233 of /opt/web/apache2/conf/httpd.conf:
Cannot load /opt/siteminder2/webagent/lib/libmod_sm20.sl into server:
No such fi
le or directory"
Now i'm pretty much 100% positive there is no syntax error (the line
233 is the LoadModule line) so I'm assuming it is being thrown because
it can't find the libmod_sm20.sl file and thinks it may be a typo or
something. So, the big question is...why the heck can't it find
libmod_sm20.sl? I know the file exists in that directory and that the
permissions on the directories leading to that file and the permissions
on the file itself are right. i also pointed SHLIB_PATH at that file.
I'm not completely certain this is the right place to ask, but I figure
there is a chance someone reads this who has set up siteminder and it
just happen to be on apache. Already tried an apache group and all I
got was a response saying to set some stuff in the apache envvars file
that is basically equivilant to setting
Thanks for any help anyone can offer me.
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