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Hi all,

I tried to install the php-5.1.4 on my server [HP-UX 11.23 ia64
(itanium machine)] but failed. Kindly please help me.

Below are what I have installed:

1) IBM Informix Dynamic Server Version 9.40.FC7
2) GNU_C_C++ (4.1.0)
3) Perl5-32 (D.5.8.3.D, The 32 Bit Perl Programming Language with
Extensions)
4) Perl5-64 (D.5.8.3.D, The 64 Bit Perl Programming Language with
Extensions)
5) bison (2.1, bison)
6) flex (2.5.4a, flex)
7) gettext (0.14.6, gettext)
8) libiconv (1.10, libiconv)
9) libxml2 (2.6.23, libxml2)
10) m4 (1.4.4, m4)
11) make (3.80, make)
12) zlib (1.2.3, zlib)
13) Apache (2.2.2)

My configuration command for apache:

../configure --enable-module=all --enable-shared=max
--prefix=/test/gk/apache --enable-so

My configuration command for PHP:

../configure --with-apxs2=[path-to-apxs] --with-informix=$INFORMIXDIR
--disable-pear --diable-cli

This is the error message that I got while building PHP:

libtool: link: cannot build libtool library `libphp5.la' from
non-libtool objects on this host: /apps/informix94/lib/esql/checkapi.o

Thanks in advance or your help!

Jul 17 '06 #1
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Henry wrote:
Hi all,

I tried to install the php-5.1.4 on my server [HP-UX 11.23 ia64
(itanium machine)] but failed. Kindly please help me.

Below are what I have installed:

1) IBM Informix Dynamic Server Version 9.40.FC7
2) GNU_C_C++ (4.1.0)
3) Perl5-32 (D.5.8.3.D, The 32 Bit Perl Programming Language with
Extensions)
4) Perl5-64 (D.5.8.3.D, The 64 Bit Perl Programming Language with
Extensions)
5) bison (2.1, bison)
6) flex (2.5.4a, flex)
7) gettext (0.14.6, gettext)
8) libiconv (1.10, libiconv)
9) libxml2 (2.6.23, libxml2)
10) m4 (1.4.4, m4)
11) make (3.80, make)
12) zlib (1.2.3, zlib)
13) Apache (2.2.2)

My configuration command for apache:

./configure --enable-module=all --enable-shared=max
--prefix=/test/gk/apache --enable-so

My configuration command for PHP:

./configure --with-apxs2=[path-to-apxs] --with-informix=$INFORMIXDIR
--disable-pear --diable-cli

This is the error message that I got while building PHP:

libtool: link: cannot build libtool library `libphp5.la' from
non-libtool objects on this host: /apps/informix94/lib/esql/checkapi.o

Thanks in advance or your help!
what flavour of linux are you running? to make it easy why not use a
package manager to ensure all dependcies are installed, like "apt-get
install php5" or "yum install php5"

Flamer.

Jul 17 '06 #2

P: n/a
Hi flamer,

I am using unix version 11.23 in a 64 bit itanium server. Is there any
suitable package for this type of OS?

Thanks!

flamer di******@hotmail.com wrote:
Henry wrote:
Hi all,

I tried to install the php-5.1.4 on my server [HP-UX 11.23 ia64
(itanium machine)] but failed. Kindly please help me.

Below are what I have installed:

1) IBM Informix Dynamic Server Version 9.40.FC7
2) GNU_C_C++ (4.1.0)
3) Perl5-32 (D.5.8.3.D, The 32 Bit Perl Programming Language with
Extensions)
4) Perl5-64 (D.5.8.3.D, The 64 Bit Perl Programming Language with
Extensions)
5) bison (2.1, bison)
6) flex (2.5.4a, flex)
7) gettext (0.14.6, gettext)
8) libiconv (1.10, libiconv)
9) libxml2 (2.6.23, libxml2)
10) m4 (1.4.4, m4)
11) make (3.80, make)
12) zlib (1.2.3, zlib)
13) Apache (2.2.2)

My configuration command for apache:

./configure --enable-module=all --enable-shared=max
--prefix=/test/gk/apache --enable-so

My configuration command for PHP:

./configure --with-apxs2=[path-to-apxs] --with-informix=$INFORMIXDIR
--disable-pear --diable-cli

This is the error message that I got while building PHP:

libtool: link: cannot build libtool library `libphp5.la' from
non-libtool objects on this host: /apps/informix94/lib/esql/checkapi.o

Thanks in advance or your help!

what flavour of linux are you running? to make it easy why not use a
package manager to ensure all dependcies are installed, like "apt-get
install php5" or "yum install php5"

Flamer.
Jul 17 '06 #3

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