Hi all,

I've setup a redhat9 cross compiling env as described in the how-to on ZUG. I compiled the example no problems. I am trying to cross compile apache.

apache 2 gives me an error of:
checking whether setpgrp takes no argument... configure: error: cannot check setpgrp when cross compiling
configure failed for srclib/apr

I use:
./configure --prefix=/home/zaurus/arm-apache/ --enable-module=so --host=arm-linux --build=i686-linux

I also try apache 1.3.33 with:
./configure --prefix=/home/zaurus/arm-apache/ --enable-module=so
and arm-linux-gcc defined as CC:
Configuring for Apache, Version 1.3.33
+ using installation path layout: Apache (config.layout)
Creating Makefile
Creating Configuration.apaci in src
Creating Makefile in src
+ configured for Linux platform
+ setting C pre-processor to arm-linux-gcc -E
+ using "tr [a-z] [A-Z]" to uppercase
+ checking for system header files
+ adding selected modules
+ using builtin Expat
+ using -ldl for vendor DSO support
+ checking sizeof various data types
./helpers/TestCompile: line 293: /home/zaurus/apache_1.3.33/src/helpers/testfunc: cannot execute binary file
./helpers/TestCompile: line 293: /home/zaurus/apache_1.3.33/src/helpers/testfunc: cannot execute binary file
./helpers/TestCompile: line 293: /home/zaurus/apache_1.3.33/src/helpers/testfunc: cannot execute binary file
./helpers/TestCompile: line 293: /home/zaurus/apache_1.3.33/src/helpers/testfunc: cannot execute binary file
./helpers/TestCompile: line 293: /home/zaurus/apache_1.3.33/src/helpers/testfunc: cannot execute binary file
+ doing sanity check on compiler and options
Creating Makefile in src/support
Creating Makefile in src/regex
Creating Makefile in src/os/unix
Creating Makefile in src/ap
Creating Makefile in src/main
Creating Makefile in src/lib/expat-lite
Creating Makefile in src/modules/standard

I have no idea how to troubleshoot the 1.3.33 The setpgrp error for apache2 comes later in the compile process and from my research, a more common issue. Can someone help? Even guesses as how to troubleshoot would help.