ID: 11648
Updated by: andy
Old Status: Feedback
Status: Closed
Bug Type: *Encryption and hash functions
Operating System: Mac OS X 10.0.4 (Darwin 1.3.7)
PHP Version: 4.0.6
New Comment:

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Previous Comments:

[2001-06-25 10:11:28] [EMAIL PROTECTED]

It also checks for unistd.h. But it doesn't affect whether
or not crypt() is found. The check for crypt() is later 
in the configure and it shouldn't matter if crypt.h is found 
or not. 

Please send me your config.log file so I can see what might
be the cause. I wonder if there is libcrypt in your system?
Or is crypt() provided by some other library?



[2001-06-25 03:30:08] [EMAIL PROTECTED]

When I run configure, it says :
checking for crypt.h... no

And so disables crypt() function.

My system doesn't have crypt.h ; crypt() function is in unistd.h.

I've managed to compile a small C program which includes unistd.h, and then uses 
crypt(), and everything works properly.

Can configure check for crypt() in unistd.h ?


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