>I think that it has started recently, when SF upgraded all their system. >There is an error code that says that it cannot load module 'mm' at line >0, or something like that.
'mm' is a memory-mapping library that needs to be compiled into a module for the OS and/or PHP to use... I'm not smart enough to tell you if it's a Un*x module missing or a PHP module missing, though. If it was a Un*x module, you would need to have SourceForge: Download mm source. Compile and install it. Do 'ldconfig' to make the OS re-load its modules (or whatever their OS uses) Re-start Apache (I think.) If it's a PHP Module, they'd need to: Do all of the above, *and*: Re-do the ./configure for PHP, using --with-mm or whatever the --with/--enable bit is as well as all the other stuff they used last time (see config.nice). Re-install PHP Re-start Apache (for sure.) *OR* if they are smarter than I am (okay, it's SourceForge, so we *know* they are smarter than I am...) they *might* be able to: Do a ./configure of PHP using *just*: ./configure --with-mm=shared Take the resulting mm.so from the PHP /lib directory and put it in the extensions directory set in php.ini and then add mm.so in the extensions section and re-start Apache without re-compiling all of PHP. If you get the idea that I only vaguely understand all this crap, you are correct :-) -- Like Music? http://l-i-e.com/artists.htm -- PHP General Mailing List (http://www.php.net/) To unsubscribe, visit: http://www.php.net/unsub.php