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Bug #2585 Error linking Oracle 7.3.2 libraries on SCO OpenServer 5.0.4
Submitted: 1999-10-22 04:04 UTC Modified: 2002-06-16 14:17 UTC
From: morandi at mi dot camcom dot it Assigned:
Status: Not a bug Package: Compile Failure
PHP Version: 3.0.12 OS:
Private report: No CVE-ID: None
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 [1999-10-22 04:04 UTC] morandi at mi dot camcom dot it
I find some problem linking PHP with Oracle 7.3.2 libraries on a SCO OpenServer 5.0.4. The problem are on the detection of the Oracle version .
1) the istruction:      ORACLE_VERSION=`grep '"ocommon"' $ORACLEINST_TOP/orainst/unix.rgs | sed 's/  */:/g' | cut -d: -f 6 | cut -c 2-4` fails on "sed 's/  */:/g'". For resolve the problem i have forced on configure the Oracle version.
2) configure detect a shared library, but the link istruction don't work. For resolve the problem i have modified configure :      if test -f $ORACLEINST_TOP/$ORACLE_LIBDIR/libclntsh.s? -a \
                -f $ORACLEINST_TOP/$ORACLE_LIBDIR/libclntsh.a 
for forcing to use ORACLE_STLIBS

3) the instuction of make install fail if the apache/src/modules/php3 directory exist!

Thank you and good work!


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