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authorBen Mansell <>2000-11-10 16:14:00 (GMT)
committerBen Mansell <>2000-11-10 16:14:00 (GMT)
commit4d48df3339a42e4862cdca45cddbfdc77bfea390 (patch)
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Further updates to README.Zeus
# Using LD_RUN_PATH to let the library find other libraries. # Surely there should be a better way, using -rpath? However, libtool # seems to swallow any extra -rpath options given to the compiler.
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@@ -95,6 +95,13 @@ you should set LD_LIBRARY_PATH to '/usr/local/mysql/lib/mysql'
and then 'export LD_LIBRARY_PATH'. For convenience, you should add
this to the 'start-zeus' script provided.
+Yet another method of ensuring the linked libraries are found is to
+set the environment variable LD_RUN_PATH before compiling PHP. This
+works in a similar way to LD_LIBRARY_PATH, but at compile-time.
+Libraries produced with this envrionment variable set will have its
+value 'burned' into the resultant binary, specifying a runtime
+search pth to locate other required libraries such as MySQL.
On Linux, you can also tell the dynamic linker where to find the
libraries, by adding '/usr/local/mysql/lib/mysql' to the file
/etc/ - after editting this file, run 'ldconfig' as root,