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Bug #14830 Can't startup PHP compiled with iconv support
Submitted: 2002-01-03 13:40 UTC Modified: 2002-03-08 22:40 UTC
From: olo at altkom dot com dot pl Assigned:
Status: Closed Package: ICONV related
PHP Version: 4.1.1 OS: OpenBSD 2.9
Private report: No CVE-ID: None
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 [2002-01-03 13:40 UTC] olo at altkom dot com dot pl
apache supplied with the OS, libiconv inslatted from a package (libiconv-1.7.tgz).
php configured with --with-iconv.

$ apachectl start
/usr/libexec/ Undefined symbol "_iconv_module_entry" in httpd:/usr/lib/apache/modules/


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 [2002-01-27 00:54 UTC]
cannot be reproduced on Linux, FreeBSD or OpenBSD.
 [2002-03-08 19:48 UTC] afaby at tenon dot com
This is happening with me on Mac OS X.

Can't seem to track this one down. I haven't done anything 
out of the ordinary. I did have to manually add the -liconv 
line to the LDFLAGS.

I'm using 4.1.2 w/ apache 1.3.23.
 [2002-03-08 19:49 UTC] afaby at tenon dot com
Forgot to mention I'm using libiconv 1.7.
 [2002-03-08 22:40 UTC]
This was fixed in CVS just recently.  Please try a CVS checkout or an extremely recent snapshot.
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