I completed steps 1 through 6 that you suggested below. Step 6 took two whole days to complete. I had to babysit the blue screens of config. Sorry to say it still does the exact same thing. httpd seg faults with no core file whenever the phpMyAdmin/index.php web page is browsed. Terry Todd On Sat, Feb 10, 2007 at 07:57:17AM -0500, Gerard Seibert wrote: > On Friday February 09, 2007 at 09:51:36 (PM) Terry Todd wrote: > > > > I started from scratch and built a completely new system by installing > > from CD's on a different computer and it does the exact same thing > > in the exact same place. At this point I'm a little surprised that > > no one else has run across this. > > Out of curiosity, do you have any special settings in the /etc/make.conf > file? > > I have never had any proplems like you describe; however, you might want > to try this. > > 1) Update your ports tree > 2) Install 'portmanager' > 3) Run 'pkgdb -Fv' to see if there are any obvious problems > 4) Empty the '/usr/ports/distfiles' entirely > 5) Run 'portsclean -C -D -L -PP' > 6) Run 'portmanager -u -l -f -y' > > Number six might take a while depending on what you have installed. > However, when it is done, your system should be totally rebuild and all > the dependencies should be properly installed. Once, quite some time ago, > I had a problem with some programs crashing and finally did what I > described above. It corrected the problem. > > > Gerard _______________________________________________ firstname.lastname@example.org mailing list http://lists.freebsd.org/mailman/listinfo/freebsd-questions To unsubscribe, send any mail to "[EMAIL PROTECTED]"