Matthew Seaman wrote:
This sounds to me very much like you've got the mod_php loadable
object linked against an incompatible version of a shlib which
apach+mod_ssl is also linked to. At a guess:
i) I'd finger the OpenSSL libs as a prime suspect: particularly if
you've also installed OpenSSL from ports. It's not necessary
to install OpenSSL from ports as the version in the base system
is perfectly OK.
<snip other good stuff>
It certainly seems that you are right as usual, Matthew.
Removing "openssl.so" from /usr/local/lib/php/20020429
and restarting Apache works (no core dump!) ... albeit
PHP doesn't have OpenSSL support in it now, I guess ...
After checking with ldd(1) as you suggested ... how should
we fix this if we want PHP to have support for OpenSSL?
It's not that critical in my case ... but PHP is ;-)
RTFM pointers accepted :-)
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