[nycbug-talk] php 4 on freebsd 5.4 coring

Steve Rieger steve.rieger
Wed Jun 1 14:07:52 EDT 2005

On Jun 1, 2005, at 1:10 PM, Hans Zaunere wrote:

>>> php exited with "signal 6", you may find reference to this in the
>>> source code.  I'm guessing it's just segfaulting....
>>>> Reading symbols from /usr/local/lib/libcrypto.so.3...(no debugging
>>>> symbols found)...done.
>>> from here on out debugging support was not compiled into any of the
>>> php modules.  Your best bet if you want to try debugging this code is
>>> to recompile with debugging flags turned on.
>>> <snipping rest of messages out>
>>> I have have php running on a 5.4 system now, although the code is
>>> being called by apache2, not apache 1.   I assume when you try to 
>>> load
>>> a "hello world" type php page you get an error.  If it does generate
>>> an error is any info in there helpfull?
>> php will display properly via apache but when running via command line
>> i get the above
>> example
>> #!/usr/local/bin/php
>> <?php
>> echo "test";
>> ?>
> Did you compile PHP yourself?  Chances are it's a library version 
> mismatch, usually seen when installing precompiled binaries, or 
> rarely, from ports.

all from ports

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