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Bug #1933 Unable to compile PHP3 with Oracle8 support
Submitted: 1999-07-30 15:20 UTC Modified: 2002-06-16 08:35 UTC
From: skyhi at vipe dot technion dot ac dot il Assigned:
Status: Not a bug Package: Compile Failure
PHP Version: 3.0.11 OS: SunOS 5.6
Private report: No CVE-ID: None
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 [1999-07-30 15:20 UTC] skyhi at vipe dot technion dot ac dot il
gcc version 2.8.1

(running make, linkage stage)

gcc -g -O2 -O2   -I. -I.  -I/opt/oracle/app/oracle/product/8.0.5/rdbms/demo -I/opt/oracle
/app/oracle/product/8.0.5/network/public -I/opt/oracle/app/oracle/product/8.0.5/plsql/pub
lic    -o php language-scanner.o main.o php3_hash.o operators.o
variables.o token_cache.o stack.o internal_functions.o  snprintf.o php3_sprintf.o alloc.o
 list.o highlight.o debugger.o configuration-scanner.o  reque
st_info.o safe_mode.o fopen-wrappers.o constants.o  php3_realpath.o alloca.o php_compat.o
 functions/adabasd.o functions/aspell.o functions/apache.o functions/fhttpd.o  functions/
basic_functions.o  functions/crypt.o functions/datetime.o functions/db.o  functions/dbase
.o functions/dir.o  functions/dl.o functions/dns.o functions/exec.o functions/file.o  fun
ctions/filepro.o functions/filestat.o  functions/formatted_print.o functions/fsock.o func
tions/gd.o  functions/head.o functions/html.o functions/image.o functions/imap.o  functio
ns/link.o functions/mail.o functions/math.o functions/iptc.o  functions/md5.o functions/m
icrotime.o functions/mime.o  functions/msql.o functions/mysql.o  functions/oracle.o funct
ions/oci8.o functions/pack.o  functions/pageinfo.o functions/pgsql.o functions/magick.o f
unctions/post.o functions/rand.o functions/reg.o  functions/solid.o functions/soundex.o
functions/string.o functions/syslog.o functions/type.o  functions/uniqid.o functions/syba
se.o  functions/sybase-ct.o functions/url.o functions/base64.o  functions/info.o function
s/bcmath.o functions/number.o functions/xml.o  functions/unified_odbc.o functions/ldap.o
functions/browscap.o  functions/velocis.o functions/gdttf.o functions/gdcache.o  function
s/zlib.o functions/COM.o functions/ifx.o  functions/pdf.o functions/cpdf.o functions/hw.o
 functions/hg_comm.o  functions/dlist.o functions/fdf.o functions/wddx.o functions/wddx_a
.o  functions/snmp.o functions/var.o functions/interbase.o  functions/quot_print.o functi
ons/cyr_convert.o  functions/sysvsem.o functions/dav.o functions/sysvshm.o  functions/get
text.o functions/php3_mckcrypt.o  functions/yp.o functions/dba.o functions/dba_gdbm.o  fu
nctions/dba_dbm.o functions/dba_ndbm.o functions/dba_cdb.o  functions/mcrypt.o functions/
dba_db2.o functions/mhash.o  functions/pcre.o functions/posix.o -R/opt/oracle/app/oracle/
product/8.0.5/lib     pcrelib/libpcre.a regex/libregex.a   -lclntsh -lnsl -lsocket -lgen
-ldl                         -L/opt/oracle/app/oracle/product/8.0.5/lib -lpam -lm -ldl -l
socket -lnsl  -lresolv
Undefined                       first referenced
 symbol                             in file
slpmprodstab                        /opt/oracle/app/oracle/product/8.0.5/lib/
ld: fatal: Symbol referencing errors. No output written to php
*** Error code 1
make: Fatal error: Command failed for target `php'


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