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PDFlib installation failed!

Discussion in 'General Discussion' started by blackpoint, Dec 14, 2005.

  1. blackpoint

    blackpoint Registered

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    I have installed a new box and moved all accounts on it.

    All works fine, but PDFlib is not possible to install. (apache update or easyapache)

    When i install php wiht phplib, apache doesnt start.

    How can i install PDFlib. This is very important for my Site.

    Many thanks..


    bpn
     
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    To get help, you likely going to have to provide the exact errors that you get either during the php build process and/or when you start apache from the build/apache logs.
     
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    PDFlib

    Hi,

    this is the error msg.

    Cannot load /usr/local/apache/libexec/libphp4.so into server: /usr/lib64/libc-client.so.0: undefined symbol: mm_dlog
    /etc/rc.d/init.d/httpd restart: httpd could not be started


    I think its a problem with pdflib on the x86_64?

    Do you have an idea?

    thanks.

    bpn
     
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    There are a few problems building apache and php on x86_64 that I've seen. You may need to log a ticket directly with cPanel or try and compile php yourself and make sure you're using library versions appropriate to that architecture.
     
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    not possible...

    Hi.. Cpanel support say thats not possible to install pdflib and tomcat on a x86_64 System...

    So i have to buy a new Server and install all again... I think cpanel should write this on the website thats x86_64 System are not fully supportet!!!

    Is it really not possible.. knows anyone a way for the installation of pdflib and tomcat?

    thanks

    bpn
     
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