ID: 13113
User updated by: [EMAIL PROTECTED]
Old Status: Closed
Status: Open
Bug Type: *General Issues
Operating System: RH 6.2+linux 2.2.15
PHP Version: 4.0.6
New Comment:

Following Sterling's advice, I upgraded libcurl to 2.0.1 (which does contain the 
string curl_global_init) via curl-7.8.1-1.i386.rpm from  
but no change..  still undefined.Removed curl, removed php,  
reinstalled the rpms, reran ldconfig manually  
-- still no go. Guess I could try to compile from source,  
(but, why should it be necessary?)

Previous Comments:

[2001-09-03 16:50:44] [EMAIL PROTECTED]

I grabbed in the ConnectivaLinux 
libcurl-7.7.1-2cl.i386.rpm (the only one offered,
and had to use --nodeps because of complaints that
curl 2cl conflicts with curl 1cl ?duh?)

but I still get the same 'undefined curl_global_init'.

Again, I started with curl-ssl-7.6-1.i386.rpm
then got               libcurl-7.7.1-2cl.i386.rpm

Another detail: libs from openssl.0.9.6..rpm were not
properly registered in my rpm db so installing libcurl
also complained - even though they're there!

But then I noticed there's libcrypto and libssl
0.9.6 a & b and I've got b. So I've made links for the 'a' versions to the 'b' 
versions.. am I screwing something up here? 


[2001-09-03 14:19:02] [EMAIL PROTECTED]

You need to update your cURL installation to the latest version and then it should 


[2001-09-03 13:52:35] [EMAIL PROTECTED]

(gdb) run php
Starting program: /usr/bin/php php
then: then/endif not found.
/usr/bin/php: error while loading shared libraries: /usr/bin/php: undefined symbol: 

Program exited with code 0177.

Again, this is an rpm, I don't know what the compile
directives or options were.. 


[2001-09-03 13:19:40] [EMAIL PROTECTED]

This is probably my own config problem, and not a real bug, but...

Just installed php-4.0.6-6.i386.rpm
after updating a number of libraries
including curl-ssl-7.6-1.i386.rpm

Running php on the commandline only produces:
php: error while loading shared libraries: 
php: undefined symbol: curl_global_init

My /usr/bin contains:
lrwxrwxrwx   1 root           16 Sep  3 10:40 /usr/lib/ ->*
lrwxrwxrwx   1 root           16 Sep  3 10:40 /usr/lib/ ->*
-rwxr-xr-x   1 root       113921 Jan 27  2001 /usr/lib/*

I'm pretty ignorant of libraries, so k.i.s.s. if at all possible.. (thanks) but if any 
other info will help,
I'll be watching my email..

Note: php3 apache module is working on my system.



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