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Date:      Tue, 03 Oct 2006 22:42:33 GMT
From:      Mark <admin@asarian-host.net>
To:        "'Daniel Gerzo'" <danger@rulez.sk>
Cc:        'Dan Nelson' <dnelson@allantgroup.com>, 'FreeBSD-Questions Questions' <freebsd-questions@freebsd.org>
Subject:   RE: Re[2]: ZendOptimizer and libm.so.2?
Message-ID:  <200610032242.k93MgWm7089806@asarian-host.net>
In-Reply-To: <571316193.20061004002556@rulez.sk>

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> -----Original Message-----
> From: Daniel Gerzo [mailto:danger@rulez.sk]
> Sent: woensdag 4 oktober 2006 0:27
> To: Mark
> Cc: 'Dan Nelson'; 'FreeBSD-Questions Questions'
> Subject: Re[2]: ZendOptimizer and libm.so.2?
>
>
>
> Hello Mark,
>
> Wednesday, October 4, 2006, 12:22:28 AM, you wrote:
>
> >> > 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 .
>
> > No, I *have* libm.so.2 (FreeBSD 4.11); The port for Zend
> > Optimizer
>
> You should be better with not having such an ancient system :-)

I still happen to think 4.11 is the most stable FreeBSD ever made. :)

I took the advice, though, but in reverse: I installed misc/compat5x
(after a bit of tweaking). And now I have a bonafide libm.so.3, in
/usr/local/lib/compat/libm.so.3. I'm probably not gonna win any beauty
contests with it, but this libm.so.3 is the real deal, at least.

- Mark




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