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Re: Anyone successfully running PHP? (2.5 (i386))
- To: misc_(_at_)_openbsd_(_dot_)_org
- Subject: Re: Anyone successfully running PHP? (2.5 (i386))
- From: Kyle Hargraves <halogen_(_at_)_nol_(_dot_)_net>
- Date: Sun, 07 Nov 1999 19:15:16 -0600
- Cc: smcnamara_(_at_)_soma-tech_(_dot_)_com
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"Sean P. McNamara" wrote:
> Greets all-
> Is anyone out there successfully running PHP?? (either 3.0.12 or
> 4.0b2) I've tried to compile both, but they fail to build.
> PHP3 dies due to duplicate symbol definitions on some internal stuff.
> PHP4 dies due to an undefined symbol (RTLD_NOW)
> I can do some more digging, or provide more detail, but first thought
> I'd check to see if anyone is currently up and running with it.
I did a PHP3 CVS checkout around Nov 2, which compiled with no problems,
on a 2.6 snapshot from around Oct 20. The only problem I had was the fact
that I screwed up my httpd configuration, but that was my fault (and was
also easily fixed).
pgp . dss/dh: 0x1F08C97B . rsa: 0x485A4187
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