the problem is an other as in http://www.php.net/FAQ.php#6.9.

from me unknown reason a subroutine is not linked from libgcc, if I merge
pdflib 3.0 also 
if I compile php with apxs, then there are missing 2 subroutines, which are
used by php.

i test all posible options for php, pdflib and apache to correct this
problem, but without success.
this problem happens only under imb aix, not under linux, so i think, it is
a problem with the linker.

but i works, when i linked the pdflib-object-files, so i can use pdflib with


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Von: Bug Database [mailto:[EMAIL PROTECTED]]
Gesendet am: Freitag, 26. Januar 2001 06:54
An: Ferdinand, Dieter
Betreff: PHP 4.0 Bug #8878 Updated: symbol not defined (load

ID: 8878
Updated by: rasmus
Old-Status: Feedback
Status: Closed
Bug Type: Apache related
Assigned To: 

You need to read http://www.php.net/FAQ.php#6.9

Previous Comments:

[2001-01-24 20:05:07] [EMAIL PROTECTED]
What were the configure lines used with both Apache and PHP 4?

And did you read INSTALL file ??



[2001-01-24 05:10:42] [EMAIL PROTECTED]

i have problems to load the php4-module with apache.

i analysed the problem and find, that one or more smybols which are defined
in libgcc.a are missing.

i try to link this module with other options, but i have no success.

when i compile with apxs the following symbols are missing in the

__divdi3 and __moddi3

when i compile with shared apache, then tis symbols are not missing.

i want to use the pdflib 3.0 with php, but when i link this lib, the
following symbol is always missing:


why does the linker under aix 4.3.2 not link this routines from the libgcc
when the linking must fail without this symbols?



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