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> Richard -
> I hired Richard Lynch ([EMAIL PROTECTED]) to fix it for me and he did. It
> appeared to be problems created by the new version of PHP and he had to
> tweak some things to make it work. I'd talk to him.
> Jeff
>  Richard <[EMAIL PROTECTED]> wrote:Did you ever figure this out as I am
> having the same problems.

If you are stuck on the "mailparse" thing, start with this tid-bit:
[If you don't need mailparse, and just are stuck with MySQL, skim down a bit]
mailparse has been turned into a PEAR module.

We needed to do:


The buildconf step (see URL contents) required libtool 1.4.3, but you only
had 1.3.5, so I upgraded that.


After that, it was the usual game of [re-]installing and [re-]configuring
and [re-]compiling enough things from source so PHP could find all the
headers and be happy.

[Well, that's *my* usual game-plan.  I'm sure somebody must actually LIKE
rpms enough to fight with them all the time...]

I believe we ended up making MySQL, PHPLib (?), and at least one other PHP
Module static (IE, got rid of --with-XXX=shared,/path/path/path and used
--with-XXX=/path/path/path) to make everything happy.  I know for sure we
got rid of MySQL "shared," and I'm pretty sure one other one had to go
when all was said and done.

As a rule, if something is broken, trying the "static" (or, more rarely,
"shared") instead of shared (static, respectively) tends to do wonders.

Here is the final "configure" file we used:
./configure i386-redhat-linux \
--with-prefix=/usr  \
--exec-prefix=/usr  \
--bindir=/usr/bin  \
--sbindir=/usr/sbin  \
--sysconfdir=/etc  \
--datadir=/usr/share  \
--includedir=/usr/include  \
--libexecdir=/usr/libexec \
--libdir=/usr/lib \
--localstatedir=/var  \
--sharedstatedir=/usr/com  \
--mandir=/usr/share/man  \
--infodir=/usr/share/info  \
--prefix=/usr  \
--with-config-file-path=/etc  \
--enable-force-cgi-redirect  \
--disable-debug  \
--disable-rpath  \
--with-db3  \
--with-exec-dir=/usr/bin  \
--with-png-dir=/usr  \
--with-gd  \
--enable-gd-native-ttf  \
--with-ttf  \
--with-gdbm  \
--with-gettext  \
--with-ncurses  \
--with-gmp  \
--with-iconv  \
--with-jpeg-dir=/usr  \
--with-openssl  \
--with-png  \
--with-zlib \
--with-ftp  \
--with-layout=GNU  \
--enable-bcmath  \
--enable-magic-quotes  \
--enable-sockets  \
--enable-sysvsem  \
--enable-sysvshm  \
--enable-track-vars  \
--enable-trans-sid  \
--enable-wddx  \
--without-oci8  \
--with-imap=shared   \
--with-imap-ssl  \
--with-kerberos=/usr/kerberos  \
--with-mysql=/usr  \
--enable-memory-limit  \
--enable-bcmath  \
--enable-shmop  \
--enable-calendar  \
--enable-dbx  \
--with-curl=/usr  \
--with-apxs=/usr/sbin/apxs \
--with-pdflib=/usr \
--enable-mbstring \

Oh, and we had to add the path to the MySQL "Libraries" by hand to the
Makefile every time:

After "configure" and before "make" alter the file "Makefile" line that says:


to be:

$(ZEND_EXTRA_LIBS) -L/usr/lib/mysql
(that's all one line)

Of course, if your MySQL installation isn't *IN* /usr/lib/mysql, you may
not need this, and/or you may need a different path instead of
/usr/lib/mysql.  The point is to point "make" in the general direction of
being able to find your mysql.so files, wherever they may be.

[I sometimes wish "configure" would just do an "updatedb; locate foo" for
everything it needs, and then prompt me with a menu for anything it finds
two of...  Might take longer to compile, but at least I'd know it found
everything I wanted it to.]

For the ./configure above:
Your mileage may vary.
Your paths almost certainly will. :-)

After reporting the -L part as a bug, Sascha (configure god) said to try
the CVS version -- I didn't though, since I didn't want to bring down
Jeff's live server to try it, and don't have the box/time/knowledge to try
create another with exactly the same setup...

I'm cc-ing PHP-General, so this info may help out others in the future.

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Disclaimer:  I get PHP to compile more the Sam Spade way than the Sherlock
Holmes.  Just sort of start stomping around like a bull in a china shop
and pull at any threads that come loose until there's nothing left
breaking. :-)  Sacrificing rubber chickens seems to help too.

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