[FGS] Re: MapServer R5.0: Error installing mapserver-php with fgs

Frank Warmerdam warmerdam at pobox.com
Thu Aug 16 16:53:51 EDT 2007


I see that libstdc++ is included in:


And I think that .bin is built with the fixed scripts that install all
the packages, not just the first 10 and their dependencies.  If you find
otherwise please let me know.

However, anyone preparing a .bin self-installer still needs to manually
include that package in the package list if they want it as nothing has
a direct fgs dependency on it.  Perhaps we should make it standard somehow?

Daniel Morissette wrote:
> Norm, Frank,
> I thought I had seen a discussion about making libstdc++ a standard 
> dependency that would always be installed. What happened with that idea?
> BTW, I think this kind of discussions should go on the fgs list.
> Daniel
> Normand Savard wrote:
>> Frank,
>> When I execute "fgs install mapserver-php:svn_trunk 
>> http://download.osgeo.org/mapserver/fgs-msx", an error is
>> displayed after a fgs stop/start.  The libstdc++ is not found.  The 
>> workaround is simple just
>> install the libstd++ module, but I thought we could find a way to 
>> avoid this error.
>> Norm
>> [nsavard at localhost fgs2]$ fgs start
>> + Starting 'apache':
>> Processing config directory: /home/nsavard/opt/fgs2/www/conf.d/*.conf
>> Processing config file: /home/nsavard/opt/fgs2/www/conf.d/gdal.conf
>> Processing config file: /home/nsavard/opt/fgs2/www/conf.d/mapserver.conf
>> Processing config file: /home/nsavard/opt/fgs2/www/conf.d/php4.conf
>> Syntax error on line 7 of /home/nsavard/opt/fgs2/www/conf.d/php4.conf:
>> Cannot load /home/nsavard/opt/fgs2/www/libexec/libphp4.so into server: 
>> libstdc++.so.6: cannot open shared object file: No such file or directory
>> /home/nsavard/opt/fgs2/etc/init.d/apache start: httpd could not be 
>> started

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