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#1 2003-12-26 21:09:51

ianneub
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libxsltbreakpoint.so.1 not found on Upgrade PHP4 and Apache2

I just ran a pacman -Syu that updated a bunch of packages, including apache and php. When I try to start apache with php4 loaded as a module I get the following error:

Cannot load /usr/lib/apache/libphp4.so into server: libxsltbreakpoint.so.1: cannot open shared object file: No such file or directory

I tried reinstalling the packages: php, libxslt, libxml2, and zlib, but no luck.

Can someone tell me what package provides this file? Thanks!


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#2 2003-12-27 03:57:51

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Re: libxsltbreakpoint.so.1 not found on Upgrade PHP4 and Apache2

I'm also having this issue.  I'm looking to see if i can fix it, I'll let you know if I find any sort of an answer.  it would seem, however, that this file is missing from the libxslt package...atleast that's all I can find at this point.

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#3 2003-12-27 04:14:03

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Re: libxsltbreakpoint.so.1 not found on Upgrade PHP4 and Apache2

did i mention we need a testing repo?

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#4 2003-12-27 08:09:43

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Re: libxsltbreakpoint.so.1 not found on Upgrade PHP4 and Apache2

The php package needs to be rebuilt because of the newer version of libxslt.  I've rebuilt the same version and put it on my server at http://xentac.net/~jchu/php for anyone who really needs it.  I have a very small pipe and if you people start taking all my bandwidth I'll just take down the webserver, so only download it if you really need it.

The php package should be rebuilt sometime soon.


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#5 2003-12-28 04:30:27

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Re: libxsltbreakpoint.so.1 not found on Upgrade PHP4 and Apache2

thnx Xentac

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#6 2003-12-29 18:17:27

ianneub
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Re: libxsltbreakpoint.so.1 not found on Upgrade PHP4 and Apache2

Thanks for the help Xentac.

I just removed the new libxslt package and forced the install of the old one. It lets PHP work, I have no idea how the XML handles as I don't use it.

netkrash wrote:

did i mention we need a testing repo?

I second that one smile


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#7 2003-12-29 19:00:38

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Re: libxsltbreakpoint.so.1 not found on Upgrade PHP4 and Apache2

The newest php package has been recompiled.  You shouldn't see that problem any more.  Feel free to unbreak your machines now.


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#8 2004-01-01 11:44:09

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Re: libxsltbreakpoint.so.1 not found on Upgrade PHP4 and Apache2

I just installed apache 2.0.48-5 and php 4.3.4-5. After I uncomment the LoadModule directive for php4 in httpd.conf I am getting this error message:

Cannot load /usr/lib/apache/libphp4.so into server: /usr/lib/libxslt.so.1: undefined symbol:xmIincludeProcessorFlags

Please help!

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#9 2004-01-01 21:38:51

Xentac
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Re: libxsltbreakpoint.so.1 not found on Upgrade PHP4 and Apache2

What version of libxml and libxslt do you have?


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#10 2004-01-02 07:22:44

smarcher
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Re: libxsltbreakpoint.so.1 not found on Upgrade PHP4 and Apache2

Thanks a ton Xentac. Upgrading libxml does the trick.

Am kicking myself.

BTW, this is one of the best distro.

I have worked on RH, Mandrake, Slack, Debian.

I think Debian comes aclose second.

Once again thanks.

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