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On Gentoo, when you install pecl-geoip, it pulls in the geoip library as a dependency. However, the geoip library doesn't install any databases for you -- you're supposed to run a script (like in a cron job) to download the latest databases. This presents a problem when you're installing pecl-geoip, because the databases won't be there immediately. Thus the first test tests/001.phpt can fail.
To make the tests pass predictably, we can disable that test entirely. But a better solution would be to skip that test if the database file doesn't exist. This can be accomplished with the following change to 001.phpt:
-<?php if (!extension_loaded("geoip")) print "skip"; ?>
+if (!extension_loaded("geoip")) print "skip";
+if (!file_exists(geoip_db_filename(GEOIP_COUNTRY_EDITION))) print "skip";
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