Stutter Stutters wrote:
I used Pecl to install memcache and imagick, I ran the command you
mentioned and this was the output:
$ file /usr/lib/php/extensions/no-debug-non-zts-20060613/memcache.so
I don't see anything regarding x86_64, so I assume it's not built with
64 bit support. Sounds like an awesome time to fix. Especially,
since I don't know where to begin :(
One option: it may be better to run your entire web system in
32 bit mode. It's more compatible than 64bit and you really don't
lose anything regarding performance.
The default Leopard PHP mod will run in 32bit mode.
To do this, you'd need to 'thin' your apache build using a command-line
Use your google fu: lipo thin httpd i386
(make sure to do a backup of your httpd file and call it something
like: httpdFat.bu. This way you can always revert back if compatibility
is not the issue.)
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