[isf-wifidog] Fatal error with Debian Sarge
max.horvath at maxspot.de
Lun 7 Nov 01:43:15 EST 2005
Don't have much time right now - but here's the configure:
./configure --with-apxs2=/usr/bin/apxs2 --prefix=/usr/local/php5 --
with-config-file-path=/etc/php5 --enable-cli --enable-memory-limit --
with-libxml-dir --with-xmlrpc --with-pcre-regex --with-pgsql --with-
mysql --with-gettext --with-mhash --with-mcrypt --enable-mbstring --
with-gd --with-jpeg-dir --with-freetype-dir --enable-gd-native-ttf --
with-zlib-dir --with-imap --with-imap-ssl --with-kerberos --with-
Am 06.11.2005 um 21:26 schrieb Dana Spiegel:
> Please do send me the configure params for PHP 5. That might fix
> the problem, and if it does, that would be the easiest fix. I'm not
> the person who installed the packages (Dustin @ NYCwireless runs
> this server), but will speak to him about what you indicate below.
> Dana Spiegel
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> On Nov 6, 2005, at 2:41 PM, Max Horváth wrote:
>> Hi Dana,
>>> i know it doesnt answer the question but why are you not using the
>>> http://packages.dotdeb.org version (5.0.5-1.dotdeb.1 at this
>>> time) of
>>> php5 that have been compiled for sarge.
>>> (anyway from where your 5.0.4 version is coming ?)
>>> They are very good i think and they work well.
>> I wouldn't use those. I.e. by adding the list to sources.list
>> you'll get problems with mysql, in case you installed it.
>> Furthermore the php5 package doesn't provide all php features you
>> could need.
>>> for your problem, i dont really know, are you maybe using
>>> .htaccess or thing that use special module (like rewrite) on the
>>> dir where is wifidog ?
>> Rewrite doesn't cause any problems here (running Debian Srage
>> stable with Apache 2 package and self- compiled PHP5).
>>>> a Debian Sarge (+ PHP 5.0.4 and Postgres 8.0.4 from
>>>> We are having issues with WifiDog in that it crashes PHP
>>>> whenever a
>>>> page is viewed. We've never had a proper page display
>>>> WifiDog, but can see a page with phpinfo() displaying, so
>>>> PHP seems
>>>> to work fine.
>> Why are you using a package from experimental? I'd suggest to
>> switch back to stable ASAP.
>> PostgreSQL 7, which is provided by stable is all you need to run
>>>> The error we get in the apache error.log: [notice] child
>>>> pid 12885
>>>> exit signal Segmentation fault (11)
>> Well, I had a similiar error when enabling eAccelerator (a cache
>> and optimizer for PHP).
>> But I checked your phpinfo() ... you didn't install it - so no
>> problem here.
>>>> Does anyone have ideas as to what might be happening, or
>>>> as to what to look into to find out what's wrong?
>> Well, as I said, I'd suggest to switch back to stable ... install
>> the Apache 2 package and compile PHP5.
>> If you want, I can send you our documentation for this.
>> Or I could send you the configure paramters for the PHP5
>> compilation at least.
>> Cheers, Max!
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