ID: 12642
Updated by: sniper
Old Status: Open
Status: Feedback
Bug Type: Dynamic loading
Operating System: Windows 2000
PHP Version: 4.0.6
New Comment:

If extension_dir points to drive E: and the extensions
are on drive C: I can't understand how it could work..

Also, the error message points to totally different place.
So what's the correct one??

Previous Comments:

[2001-08-10 04:57:40] [EMAIL PROTECTED]

Hello Jani,

the DLL's are really in this Path and .phpinfo() shows

Directive     Local Value        Master Value
extension_dir E:\PHP\extensions\ E:\PHP\extensions\ 


[2001-08-10 03:34:46] [EMAIL PROTECTED]

And also, where are the extensions located?
Are they in C:\php\extensions\ ???


[2001-08-10 03:33:58] [EMAIL PROTECTED]

What does phpinfo() output for extension_dir ??



[2001-08-10 03:12:09] [EMAIL PROTECTED]

Hello Jani,

I've tried as recommended the PHP_EXIF.DLL and and there comes an error, too. PHP 
without any extensions works without no problems.

The Line within PHP.INI looks like:

; Directory in which the loadable extensions (modules) reside.
extension_dir = "C:\PHP\extensions\"

For me it looks like the PHP.EXE from the distribution IIS (without DLL's in the 
package) won't fit with the DLL's from the 2nd distribution for Apache. Both for 


[2001-08-09 16:59:21] [EMAIL PROTECTED]

Does PHP work if you disable every extension?
If so, try enabling ONLY this extension:

php_exif.dll  (it definately doesn't need any extra libs)

If it works, then try enabling php_oci8.dll too.
btw. What is your extension_dir line in php.ini?



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