[mod_python] PSP returning empty result

Maelvon HAWK maelvon.hawk at laposte.net
Fri Dec 5 12:06:16 EST 2008

Maelvon HAWK a écrit :
> Graham Dumpleton a écrit :
>> 2008/12/5 Graham Dumpleton <graham.dumpleton at gmail.com>:
>>>> But the remove of the php5-recode make the psp running. It's the 
>>>> only thing
>>>> i've modify, except the apache2.conf, the python default and the 
>>>> mod_python
>>>> package.
>>>> What's the purpose of php5-recode in fact ?
>>> That is what I was going to ask you? Please try and find out, as
>>> likely what the problem is that that package is requiring a shared
>>> library version/variant which conflicts with version/variant required
>>> by Python. Alternatively it is using a generic name for symbol that
>>> conflicts with something used by another library required by Python or
>>> an extension module.
>> See:
>>   http://au2.php.net/manual/en/recode.installation.php
>> Looks like that package has a known history of causing problems due to
>> it using generic symbol names that clash with other packages.
>> If disabling it solves the problems and you don't need that PHP
>> module, probably all you can do.
> Graham
> Upgraded my kernel (linux-image-2.6.24-etchnhalf.1-686) and the libc6 
> (2.3.6.ds1-13etch), even with the php5-recode installed the PSP test 
> file works. So it was my libc6 downgrade who put me in, I think.

In fact it does not work with php5-recode installed. I figure it now. 
Perhap's an error in the apache reloading command. But in testing psp, 
it suddendly stop working, and I need to remove the php5-recode to throw 
again my psp file.
No clues in the apache2 log. Strange...


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