Ashley M. Kirchner wrote:
>    Well, it boiled down to causing the segfault.  As soon as I
> removed that module, everything worked.  Recompiling just the
> module yielded the same result: pear segfaults.
>    So now the question is: is it zlib's fault, or is it pear?
>    At this point I've accomplished what I needed, but it doesn't
> actually fix the problem: enabling zlib will cause pear to segfault.

Ha, I guess I should wait before replying :).

It is zlib's fault.  We've had reported problems for years on some
poorly configured systems (not your problem: several distros decided to
include a borked zlib and apparently some still do for no good reason at


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