how do i find libphp4.so??
kline at tao.thought.org
Sun Feb 4 21:33:26 UTC 2007
On Sun, Feb 04, 2007 at 09:42:45AM +0000, Matthew Seaman wrote:
> Gary Kline wrote:
> > What utility will find the shared lib: libphp4.so?
> > In the apache httpd.conf from a couple weeks ago, the file was
> > in /usr/local/libexec/apache/ and it just might be that if I
> > rebuild the library, PHP files will suddenly work.
> > ...Hope springs eternal.....
> Did you recompile the php4 port recently? If you:
> cd /usr/ports/lang/php4
> make config
> Is the box for 'Build Apache Module' checked? If not,
> check it now, and reinstall the land/php4 port. That
> should regenerate the libphp4.so module in
Some questions for you, Matthew; hopefully not too uninformed... .
One, how to I bring up that DOS-ish '3-D' (Or whatever) check
winfow? and how to reset if I make a mistake? I've checked
everywhere I can think of, or nearly.
Of note is that overnight--from 03.00 until I finally unglued my
eyes--I installed php5 on zen. The php files display; the
counter and other php code may work; and for totally unknown
reasons, on tao php works without my having any php port
installed. --It may just display as html displays. The code
can't exec (barring ghosts in closets). How does php work
elsewhere as it does on my laptop, zen, while I'm having such
troubles on ns1?? I have moved the *new* httpd.conf into
/usr/local/etc/apache, restarted apache. Zip. I am about to
rebuild php4 on ns1 using portupgrade.
FWIW, I did a wholesale upgrade on my primary server toward the
end of January, and on the 31st noticed trouble with PHP. I
extensions/addons on firefox. Nope. I severely shot off both
feet. Any help or insights much appreciated! ...Yes, I googled
around for this problem. Nothing worked.
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