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Install sphinx and perl threads

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  1. proogammer

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    I am only posting this thread because my googling failed

    I was trying to install sphinxsearch. According to its installation guide we have to download the source of MySQL of same version that is running on our server. I downloaded the the source "Percona-Server-5.1.66-rel14.2.tar.gz" from "http://www.percona.com/downloads/Percona-Server-5.1/Percona-Server-5.1.66-14.2/source/".

    My server is running CentOS 6 x86_64

    I issued command
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    sh BUILD/autorun.sh
    and following error appeared
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    This Perl hasn't been configured and built properly for the threads
    module to work.  (The 'useithreads' configuration option hasn't been used.)
    
    Having threads support requires all of Perl and all of the XS modules in
    the Perl installation to be rebuilt, it is not just a question of adding
    the threads module.  (In other words, threaded and non-threaded Perls
    are binary incompatible.)
    
    If you want to the use the threads module, please contact the people
    who built your Perl.
    From my WHM I used perl module installer to install "threads" module. Installed successfully.

    Once again I issued command:
    Code:
    sh BUILD/autorun.sh
    Different error appeared:
    Code:
    This Perl not built to support threads
    I installed MultiThread and still the error appeared.

    I don't know how to get rid of this error, any help will be appreciated or if there is an easier way of installing sphinxsearch please let me know.
     
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    I was looking into wrong place for installation. Thanks for the documentation link, it contains the correct info.
     
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