[isf-wifidog] Fatal error with Debian Sarge
dana at nycwireless.net
Dim 6 Nov 11:42:31 EST 2005
1) PHP appears to be setup properly: http://atlas.nycwireless.net/
test.php (though of course php.ini might have an incorrect setting)
2) PHP cli isn't installed. We are using mod_php.
3) the install.php configuration wizard indicates that the
environment is correct (all required libraries installed, with some
warnings about MySQL and Radius libraries not being installed)
dana at NYCwireless.net
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On Nov 6, 2005, at 11:23 AM, kaouete wrote:
> the last time i have saw that with wifidog it was in fact that i
> misinstalled php5 and/or pear.
> you maybe should try to run the php cli and verify that all the
> php5 packages are installed. and verify that the pear binary is
> maybe you can verify that the good modules for apache are loaded.
> On Sun, Nov 06, 2005 at 10:42:37AM -0500, Dana Spiegel wrote:
>> We are in the process of moving our auth server from a FreeBSD box to
>> a Debian Sarge (+ PHP 5.0.4 and Postgres 8.0.4 from experimental).
>> We are having issues with WifiDog in that it crashes PHP whenever a
>> page is viewed. We've never had a proper page display through
>> WifiDog, but can see a page with phpinfo() displaying, so PHP seems
>> to work fine.
>> The error we get in the apache error.log: [notice] child pid 12885
>> exit signal Segmentation fault (11)
>> I've run the install.php, and checked that I can access the database
>> manually, but am at a loss about what to look at next.
>> Does anyone have ideas as to what might be happening, or suggestions
>> as to what to look into to find out what's wrong?
>> Dana Spiegel
>> Executive Director
>> dana at NYCwireless.net
>> +1 917 402 0422
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