apache+ssl+mod_php4 - is it possible?
null at fast.dnswatch.com
Mon Apr 11 23:39:00 PDT 2005
Thanks for the reply. However, when I said there was no libm.so.*. I meant
there is no libm.so.anything the only reference to libm is a soft link
libm.so which is *supposed* to be linked to libm.so.3. This is the same on
both machines running 5.4-RC1. I haven't cvsup'd to current as I see it is
now 5.4-RC2. So I think I'd rather find out how to create the missing lib, or
why it doesn't exist first. Isn't this lib part of PHP4 or Perl? Thanks
taking the time to respond.
> try making a symbolic link to libm.so.3 - that will usually help matters:
> /lib/libm.so.2 -> /lib/libm.so.3
> e-mail me directly if you need a run down on building apache and PHP4, etc
> At 11:14 PM 4/11/2005 -0700, null wrote:
> | Greetings,
> | I can't seem to get apache13+ssl to build from source. It dies with
> | "libm.so.2 can't
> | be found". If I install it by package from /stand/sysinstall it will
> | install fine. But then
> | I am unable to add mod_php4 or any other mod_*. I checked this system
> | one other
> | 5.4 system I have and libm.so.* does not exist. The system in question
> is an:
> | i386 running 5.4-RC1. Thank you for all your time and consideration in
> | this matter.
> | Sincerely,
> | Chris
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