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Can't load the extension


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Hello!

I've successfully compiled and installed DBG on Mac OS X 10.2 with PHP 4.3.0
I've used the linux instructions and everything worked quite well so far (i only had to ln from glibtoolize to libtoolize).

But when I restart the apache, I get the following error message in errors_log:
Code:
PHP Warning:  Unknown(): Unable to load dynamic library '/usr/local/lib/php/extensions/no-debug-non-zts-20020429/dbg.so' - (null) in Unknown on line 0


dbg.so is in /usr/local/lib/php/extensions/no-debug-non-zts-20020429/ and extension_dir in php.ini is set to that path too.

Is there anything I forgot?

php.ini only consists of lines for the debugger (extension_dir, extension and the debugger section)
enable_dl is on, safe_mode is off.
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first, make sure that dbg.so is loaded using extension=dbg.so line :!:without:!: any path.

second, make sure that you have compiled dbg.so using the same php version as used for compiling apache module.

third, you'd make sure that dbg.so is a valid shared object.
Run
Code:
ldd /path/to/dbg.so
and
Code:
nm /path/to/dbg.so

and post me the results.
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Okay, checked the first two -ok.
The ldd command doesn't exist, only ld. It outputs nothing.
The nm command outputs a large list of hex numbers and files/variable names.

I think I found the problem: It's a bug in PHP, documented in the comments for the dl command: http://www.php.net/dl

Maybe someone can file a bug report for that (I don't know how to file a bug report that gets taken seriously because I know nothing about the inner workings of PHP).
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I don't think there is a bug in dl() that concerns us. Also ldd program should exist. Try /usr/sbin/ldd
What OS do you run ?
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