On Sun, 2002-02-17 at 23:34, Paul J. Stevens wrote:
> I am using PHP Version 4.0.4pl1 with an Embedded Linux (PeeWee Linux,
> which is based on Red Hat 6.2 w/ a 2.2.18 Kernel). 
> I have tried using shmop_open(), shm_open() & shm_attach(). All of these
> give an error message of "function not defined".
> It is not clear form the documentation that I have seen on the net and
> in the "PHP Developer's Dictionary" which, if any, 
> of the functions listed above are correct. Nor is it clear what has to
> be done to make the functions "defined". 

>From the PHP Manual (http://www.php.net/shmop):

  To use shmop you will need to compile php with the --enable-shmop   
  parameter in your configure line.

In general, try a './configure --help' in your source tree.

Hope this helps,


> I have created the shared memory in a "C" program that controls my
> embedded device. I am attempting to create a web 
> page to aid in the control of the embedded device.
> Thanks,
> Paul Stevens

 Torben Wilson <[EMAIL PROTECTED]>

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