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apache 2.2.3 SSL + php 5.2 works fine

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PostPosted: Fri 03 Nov '06 8:29    Post subject: apache 2.2.3 SSL + php 5.2 works fine Reply with quote

php 5.2 has been released. the apache2 php module from this site doesn't work any more (apache loads php, but crashes when php files are loaded), but the php5apache2_2.dll included with the new release works fine, just rename it to php5apache2.dll. IIS 5 has no problems with the new php5isapi.dll either. The only problem is that the new PdfLib modules are not working any longer, neither 6th, nor the 7th version. Only the old php_pdf.dll (pdflib v.5) included in the new Collection of PECL modules for PHP 5.2.0 works, but it's oooold Crying or Very sad It's version 5.0.3. I hope the developer will soon update his libpdf_php.dll.

Oh, and ZendOptimiser is not working either Crying or Very sad It says "unsupported php version." Hope they will release an update soon

The following php modules didn't work with my servers (some of them crashed apache, others IIS, either on server start, on server shutdown or when php scripts were loaded):



if your server doesn't function correctly, try to disable them first. All other modules from both packages work fine (80 overall).

tested on Apache/2.2.3 (Win32) DAV/2 mod_ssl/2.2.3 OpenSSL/0.9.8b PHP/5.2.0, Microsoft-IIS/5.1+PHP/5.2.0 & MySQL 5.1.11 with php mysql module 5.0.24a
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