You don't need the Sybase dataserver but you still need the Sybase shared 
libraries that PHP is linked against.

So restore all the .so's in $SYBASE/lib, and apache should start.  Offhand, 
I'm not sure if 12.5 came with a different version of the open client 
libraries than 11.9.2 did, but if it did you may need to keep the 11.9.2 
libs around.


At 12:49 PM 14/09/01 +0200, Carlo Borreo wrote:
>Dear All,
>In the past I had installed an Apache server with PHP 4.0.6 and Sybase CT
>extension on Mandrake Linux 8, all ok.
>On the Mandrake machine, I had installed Sybase ASE 11.9.2, that was only
>used for test; most of the time the php code used sybase ct lib to refer to
>another database server (Sybase ASE 12.5 on Solaris), and all worked.
>But now I tried to update the test Sybase ASE database server on Mandrake
>from 11.9.2 from 12.5. I was not successful, but I could live without test
>database, so I didn't worry. But at next reboot, Apache was failing to start
>with this message:
>Syntax error on line 205 of /usr/local/apache/conf/httpd.conf:
>Cannot load /usr/local/apache/libexec/ into server:
>cannot load shared object file: No such file or directory
>/etc/init.d/httpd start: httpd could not be started
>The file is in place, but file is not on the
>I thought that PHP and sybase ct didn't need a database server to be
>installed on the machine; was I wrong?
>I also tried uninstalling completely 12.5, but still Apache doesn't start.
>As I said, I can live without that database server, but I need Apache, Php,
>and Sybase ct, please help.
>Thanks in advance
>Carlo Borreo
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