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Date:      Tue, 3 Oct 2006 17:18:33 -0500
From:      Dan Nelson <dnelson@allantgroup.com>
To:        Mark <admin@asarian-host.net>
Cc:        'FreeBSD-Questions Questions' <freebsd-questions@freebsd.org>
Subject:   Re: ZendOptimizer and libm.so.2?
Message-ID:  <20061003221833.GC54791@dan.emsphone.com>
In-Reply-To: <200610032214.k93MEUrL088625@asarian-host.net>
References:  <200610032201.k93M1wHh088204@asarian-host.net> <200610032214.k93MEUrL088625@asarian-host.net>

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In the last episode (Oct 03), Mark said:
> > Is there a particular reason ZendOptimizer
> > (/usr/ports/devel/ZendOptimizer) for PHP 4.4.4 requires FreeBSD 5.x
> > or higher? Near as I can tell, only reason it wouldn't run really,
> > is because of the absence of libm.so.3. But I resolved to be bold,
> > and made a symlink for libm.so.3 to libm.so.2, and now my new
> > ZendOptimizer works just flawlessly.
> 
> I did some more research:
> 
> http://www.hostlibrary.com/SetupaFreeBSDproductionWebServerrerytretret.html
> 
> It says:
> 
> "On FreeBSD 5.4 you might get an error when installing Zend Optimizer:
> /usr/libexec/ld-elf.so.1: Shared object "libm.so.2" not found, required by
> "php"
> 
> To fix the problem and go on with installation just create a symbolic link:
> 
> #ln -s /lib/libm.so.3 /lib/libm.so.2
> 
> then continue with Zend installation."
> 
> Which leads me to believe I'm correct in thinking Zend Optimizer really
> just needs libm.so.2, right?

You're better off installing the misc/compat4x port to get libm.so.2 .

-- 
	Dan Nelson
	dnelson@allantgroup.com



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