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Sent: Wednesday, August 29, 2001 3:50
Subject: RE: solaris-8 and
that when you build shared libs on solaris at least that you create a library
with not all of its symbols resolved... if you do a ldd libldap.so and
see file not found, then you would have your problem found.
hmm unfortunately it
is not a "file not found" errort message which can be solved with the
LD_LIBRARY_PATH enviroment variable.
It is a making me
mad "symbol not found" / "relocation error" problem.
aix will by default attempt to resolve every
symbol before it can create an executable/shared object, but can be changed
with some switches.
that is indeed a nice feature. I tried to use the
ld -z defs switch which should normally force a fatal error if any undefined
symbols remain but I haven't obtained any positive result with that
php error... do ldd libphp.so, and look for file not found. do not
it can't find the
ldap_get_lderrno function which is defined in netscape's ldap.h But not in
openldap's. So I really wonder why it wants this function
if you do the same on liblber.so, you may see
__eprintf is missing (depending on -lgcc was included in your linked
using the ldap libs, you should have to use -lldap -llber for any program
that needs ldap libs then you shouldnt have any problems (i
this solved a liitle piece of my pain &
place my libs in /usr/local/lib and pass to gcc/ld -R, which tells the linker
to search in the colon separated path for libraries. i had to use GNU
binutils to get openssl0.9.6b to build correctly, but removed it for all other
apache or php crash on calls to ldap functions?
I don't know. Have
to try it...but it seems to be more stable on an Linux OS...
also have apache1.3.20+php4.0.6+mod_ssl+mod_perl+auth_ldap and its all
configure options for php included the path to your openldap install base
what kind of a lucky
man you are !!