how do i find libphp4.so??
youshi10 at u.washington.edu
Sun Feb 4 08:03:04 UTC 2007
Gary Kline wrote:
> On Sat, Feb 03, 2007 at 10:52:33PM -0600, Dan Nelson wrote:
>> In the last episode (Feb 03), Gary Kline said:
>>> On Sat, Feb 03, 2007 at 11:15:31PM -0500, Sahil Tandon wrote:
>>>> Gary Kline wrote:
>>>>> What utility will find the shared lib: libphp4.so?
>>>> man find
>>> Yeah, obv'ly, but no joy. I used locate and same results.
>>> Isb't one of the pkg_ utilities supposed to give the cntents of
>>> every pacake or port?
>> Are you asking where libphp4.so is currently installed on your system
>> (find or locate will tell you), or which port installs libphp4.so (I'd
>> start looking at the php ports and their pkg-plist files)?
> This is getting sranger and strangr. (BTW, I'll check the
> pkg-plist files; I forgot that; thanks.)
> On my ThinkPad, I have cloned my web files and php works.
> There is a different apache/httpd.conf file on my laptop,
> but only slightly: it lacks my many vitural websites.
> zen.thought.org has the same php4.* ports as on my real
> webserver. Fewer, in fact. On zen, the libphp4.so was
> (by default, obviously) commented. On my webserver, I had
> uncommented it. This is the only diffrence I can think of
> that makes any sense. On zen, my php pages display. Here
> (ns1.thought.org) I get the "Firefox does not know" etc,
> and asks if it should save the page.
> I'm utterly, completely stumped. Ideas?
>> Dan Nelson
>> dnelson at allantgroup.com
Check your lib directories (/usr/local/lib*)? That's the only thing I
can think of, considering that that's the most likely place where the
libraries would be kept. You may also want to look for executables that
dynamically load php under /usr/local.
Finally, you may want to rebuild apache.
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