In article <[EMAIL PROTECTED]>, 
> On Wed, 2002-07-24 at 08:29, Ian Ball wrote:
> > Assuming you are installing from your php-4.2.2 directory, it would appear 
> > the hasn't actually been made, which would point to a possible 
> > error in the configuration parameters.  I am also assuming your php 4.2.1 
> > made OK which would mean all necessary libraries etc are available on your 
> > system.  What are you using for the configure?  On my system it was
> > ./configure --with-mysql --with-apxs=/usr/local/apache/bin/apxs
> > I did have ldap in there too, but for most people this is not necessary.  
> Here is my configure line. Yes, my prev php 4.2.1 made and install fine
> with the same configure line. I did exactly the same steps as when I
> install 4.2.1
> /configure --with-mysql --enable-track-var --disable-debug
> --prefix=/usr/local/apache/php
> --with-config-file-path=/usr/local/apache/lib
> --with-apxs=/usr/local/apache/bin/apxs --with-gd --with-zlib
> > 
> > If a fresh run from the start fails, then without further information, my 
> > best suggestion is to completely delete the php-4.2.2 directory and ocntents, 
> > and start again with the tar -zxf php-4.2.2.whatever, ./configure......
> I did that already, deleting the php-4.2.2 and start with un-tar the
> download. Many times. But still no luck.
> Thanks.
> Rdb

OK - after you do 'make' is there a file in the lib directory 
under where you unpacked the install tarball? If not, something has 
apparently gone wrong with the make process or the configure; you might 
check (I think it is) config.log in the top of the install directory for 
any clues.

I'm not sure, but it might be --enable-track-vars (unless that is a typo); 
check with configure --help | grep track

David Robley
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Quod subigo farinam

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