error loading

Joe Auty joe at
Wed Apr 4 16:07:32 UTC 2007

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Kevin Kinsey wrote:
> Joe Auty wrote:
>>>> # apachectl start Syntax error on line 273 of
>>>> /usr/local/etc/apache2/httpd.conf: Cannot load
>>>> /usr/local/libexec/apache2/ into server:
>>>> /usr/local/libexec/apache2/ Undefined symbol
>>>> "__res_ninit"
>>>> This is occurring under FBSD 6.2 running the latest versions
>>>> of Apache/PHP
>>> Possibly looks as if PHP is unaware of Apache's existence? (or
>>> at least it was at time of compile). How did you do the
>>> upgrade?
>> Just via a simple portupgrade... doing a:
>> portupgrade -f php5
>> Does not correct this problem (although it does create a new
>> Any further ideas?
> Well, I'm not absolutely certain of anything.  I'd make sure that
> "make config" under /usr/ports/lang/php5 indicated Apache module
> was to be built, and do something more like "-rR php5" instead of
> "-f".  Did you add new "extensions" to php at the time of this
> build, also?
> ??,
> Kevin Kinsey

I did not manually add any extensions... In fact, this error persists
even with all of my extensions commented out in my extensions.ini
file. Could this be connected to the major gettext upgrade?

I'm doing a portupgrade -rRf php5 as we speak (this will take a good
while to complete on this slower computer).

Thanks again for your help!

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