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[BUG?] Install php 4.4.0 (x86_64)

Discussion in 'General Discussion' started by flash7, Aug 9, 2005.

  1. flash7

    flash7 Well-Known Member

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    Buildapache fail update php :rolleyes:

    Code:
    Untarring php....Done
    x86_64 detected.. patching/rebuilding php configure.....Forcing buildconf
    using default Zend directory
    buildconf: checking installation...
    buildconf: autoconf version 2.57 (ok)
    buildconf: Your version of autoconf likely contains buggy cache code.
               Running cvsclean for you.
               To avoid this, install autoconf-2.13 and automake-1.5.
    rebuilding aclocal.m4
    rebuilding configure
    rebuilding main/php_config.h.in
    WARNING: Using auxiliary files such as `acconfig.h', `config.h.bot'
    WARNING: and `config.h.top', to define templates for `config.h.in'
    WARNING: is deprecated and discouraged.
    
    WARNING: Using the third argument of `AC_DEFINE' and
    WARNING: `AC_DEFINE_UNQUOTED' allows to define a template without
    WARNING: `acconfig.h':
    
    WARNING:   AC_DEFINE([NEED_MAIN], 1,
    WARNING:             [Define if a function `main' is needed.])
    
    WARNING: More sophisticated templates can also be produced, see the
    WARNING: documentation.
    Done
    
    Zend isn't installed on this machine ... :confused:
     
  2. shashank

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    I think its an issue because of x86_64 . I would suggest opening a support issue with cpanel.
     
  3. flash7

    flash7 Well-Known Member

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    Ok, thank you
     
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    Be careful of that advice, please. People should only open tickets directly with cPanel if they have purchased their license through them, otherwise they should have their license provider do this as that is their responsibility to do so. On some occassions, cPanel are happy to help directly with third-party licensees but they can refuse. So, your first port of call is always with whoever you license your cPanel installation from.
     
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    flash7 Well-Known Member

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    #5 flash7, Sep 2, 2005
    Last edited: Sep 2, 2005
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    Well updated to latest release, that still the same problem :eek:

    No more x86_64 for cpanel.
     
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