First of all, where is libphp4.so located? You may have to copy it into
that directory. On my system it's in
/path/to/apache/libexec. Try that and see if apache will start.
If the libphp4.so error is gone, but the other remains, try this. In your
/etc directory is a file named ld.so.conf, which contains the paths to the
locations of various dynamic shared objects(DSOs). For example mine contains
/usr/X11R6/lib <------ down to here all this stuff was installed when
Linux was installed
The last two I added after installing PostgreSQL and MySQL. So if I cd to
/drv2/bin/mysql/lib/mysql and execute ls, I'll see a number of files, each
with an .so extension, or .so as part of the file name. Some are symlinks.
Add the location of the DSO for informix to this file, then run the command
You should then be able to start Apache and everything should work OK. One
more thing, did you follow the INSTALL instructions on copying and renaming
php.ini-dist? If not, do so and restart Apache.
Hope this helps. There is also a PHP-INSTALL list where you will be better
off if the above doesn't bring results.
Regards - Miles Thompson
At 01:14 AM 1/16/2002 -0300, Fernando Carter wrote:
> I compile PHP --with-informix=yes and everithing went ok , until I
>I got the following error.
>Cannot Load /etc/httpd/modules/libphp4.so into server
>/opt/informix/lib/esql/libifgen.so undifines symbol: stat
>Please Help !
>What I'm I doing wrong?
>Many Thanks in advance
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