gopkris2005

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Hi,

I have received the following errors after install gnupg.. Anyone have idea??

[email protected][~]# php -i | grep gnupg
php: gnupg
relocation error: /usr/local/lib/php/extensions/no-debug-non-zts-20090626/gnupg.so: gnupg support => enabled
symbol gpgme_check_version_internal, version GPGME_1.1 not defined in file libgpgme.so.11 with link time reference
 

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Hello :)

What method did you use to install this PHP module? You should be able to install it successfully via:

Code:
yum install gpgme-devel
pecl install gnupg
However, it's a good idea to first uninstall/remove any changes you made with your initial installation.

Thank you.
 

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Thanks for your reply... I have installed via WHM module installer, also tried with from source file. but still getting these errors.

#php -i | grep gnupg
gnupg
php: symbol lookup error: gnupg support => enabled
/usr/local/lib/php/extensions/no-debug-non-zts-20090626/gnupg.so: undefined symbol: gpgme_check_version_internal

Anyother way to fix this issue?

Hello :)

What method did you use to install this PHP module? You should be able to install it successfully via:

Code:
yum install gpgme-devel
pecl install gnupg
However, it's a good idea to first uninstall/remove any changes you made with your initial installation.

Thank you.
 

gopkris2005

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Yes, I have tried to uninstall this module and recompile with easyapache... Again, I had used your commands but still having this errors.


[email protected][/home]# php -i | grep gnupg
gnupg
php: gnupg support => enabled
symbol lookup error: /usr/local/lib/php/extensions/no-debug-non-zts-20090626/gnupg.so: undefined symbol: gpgme_check_version_internal
 

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To update, it looks like this was the result of the Cloud Linux repositories used on the system. Cloud Linux was installed, but the following files were configured for a standard CentOS installation:

/etc/redhat-release
/etc/yum.conf

Thank you.