ID: 12495
Updated by: joey
Status: Feedback
Bug Type: Reproducible crash
Old Operating System: Linux 2.4.3
Operating System: Linux 2.4.3 [ Mandrake 8.0 ]
PHP Version: 4.0.6
New Comment:

Didn't notice that Mandrake was listed in the bug report.
(Was too busy looking for --enable-dmalloc in the configure
line. :)

Previous Comments:

[2001-08-01 03:20:21] [EMAIL PROTECTED]

What Linux distro are you running? Which version of dmalloc?
And I don't see --enable-dmalloc anywhere in the config
line you pasted below....

I have been using dmalloc for over a year, with no problems,
so I expect it has something to do with a particular configuration
on your system.

I'm thinking something like one of the other packages
you are compiling in is linked to an older, different
dmalloc version that PHP is trying to link agains, or
something like that. Anyways, this clearly is not enough
information, so let's start by getting informed.


[2001-07-31 15:27:59] [EMAIL PROTECTED]

When is PHP configured with --enable dmalloc,
the Apache crashes with "can't compile regexp at line ...".
Apache 1.3.19, Mandrake 8.0,
--enable-sysvsem --enable-sysvshm --enable-magic-quotes
--enable-memory-limit  --enable-track-vars   --enable-versioning                       
--with-gettext   --with-recode 
--with-readline  --with-ldap=?pkg_dir('openldap') --with-ttf 
--with-gd --enable-gd-native-ttf 
 --with-gdbm --with-db3 --with-unixodbc=?pkg_dir('unixodbc') 
 --with-mysql=?pkg_dir('mysql')  --with-pgsql=?pkg_dir('postgres')  
--enable-ftp  --with-xml  --with-zlib


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