On Wed, Jun 27, 2001 at 12:34:31AM -0300 , Sergio Bruder wrote:
> I have the following situation:
> I have a linux 2.2.x with the following configuration:
> GLIBC 2.2.3
> OpenLDAP 2.0.11 (with SSL)
> imap-2000c (with SSL)
> Apache 1.3.19 (with SSL enabled by default)

> build_ext imap ext/imap/php_imap.c "-limap" "-DHAVE_IMAP2000 -DHAVE_IMAP_SSL"
> build_ext ldap ext/ldap/ldap.c "-lldap -llber"
> Apache doesnt coredumps if I load only php4-imap or only php4-ldap
> modules (php4 cgi version works).

welcom to the club :))

> Anybody have any clue for that?

read README.Debian :)) I have two problems with this combination. First is
that dynamicly linked c-client is a Bad Thing(TM). It works, but from time
to time is segfaults. The second problems is, if you use ldap before imap I
think (or the other way around). It triggers a bug in ld-linux, so apache
won't even start

                                Petr Cech
Debian GNU/Linux maintainer - www.debian.{org,cz}
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<vaidhy> Debian - It is all about choice, baby!!

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