FreeBSD 5.3 and BIND9 problems!
ohartman at uni-mainz.de
Tue Dec 21 01:57:20 PST 2004
O. Hartmann schrieb:
> O. Hartmann schrieb:
>> Daniel Bye schrieb:
>>> On Sun, Dec 19, 2004 at 03:26:26PM +0100, O. Hartmann wrote:
>>>> Dear Sirs.
>>>> Compiling PHP 5.0.3 from PHP.NET, PHP 5.0.2 from ./ports collection
>>>> and PHP5-SNAP from php.net fail in compiling in FreeBSD 5.3-STABLE
>>>> (cvsupdated and rebuilt today!) with an error that seems to be
>>>> BIND9 specific:
>>>> ext/standard/dns.lo(.text+0x1d49): In function `.L166':
>>>> : undefined reference to `res_ninit'
>>>> ext/standard/dns.lo(.text+0x1db5): In function `.L166':
>>>> : undefined reference to `res_nmkquery'
>>>> ext/standard/dns.lo(.text+0x1de7): In function `.L166':
>>>> : undefined reference to `res_nsend'
>>>> ext/standard/dns.lo(.text+0x1f6a): In function `.L166':
>>>> : undefined reference to `res_nclose'
>>>> I searched the web and mailing lists for this problem and I found
>>>> out, that PHP won't compile when FreeBSD 5.x lacks in BIND9. As I
>>>> know, FreeBSD 5.3 definitely has BIND9, but why is PHP not
>>>> compiling the expected way? /usr/include/resolv.h does not have any
>>>> definitions for the above mentioned routines and it seems to be a
>>>> 'weird' failure, maybe something I missed when installing 'world'?
>>> You don't by any chance have NO_BIND set in /etc/make.conf? I've been
>>> caught out by a similar failure in the past...
>> NO_BIND isn't set as it wasn't set before.
>> I checked the installed /usr/include/resolv.h again and found that no
>> one of the missing
>> routines shown above are within this include file, so it seemes to me
>> strange ...
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> All right, maybe this is of suitable help:
> This is a port of the ./configure output, when configurte checks
> system properties:
> checking for res_nmkquery... no
> checking for __res_nmkquery... no
> checking for res_nmkquery in -lresolv... no
> checking for __res_nmkquery in -lresolv... no
> checking for res_nmkquery in -lbind... no
> checking for __res_nmkquery in -lbind... yes
> checking for res_nsend... no
> checking for __res_nsend... yes
> checking for dn_expand... yes
> Should this mean that the problem is a PHP5 problem?
Shorthand solution: renaming all the missing routines in
ext/standard/dns.c with a preceding '__' - and
it works! This job should be done via autoconf, but it doesn't ...
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