Last tried it with Open LDAP 2.4.34 and ## Gnu TLS 3.1.9 ## ## If you have both Gnu TLS and Open SSL installed, it will use Gnu TLS.
## I've tried to build several versions of Open LDAP against Gnu TLS and ## it always fails for me.
I could probably figure it out by mailing ## list hunting for a patch, but I so far have been saying meh and building ## it with Open SSL instead.
Before starting the web server, OCI8 typically requires several Oracle environment variables (see below) to locate libraries, point to configuration files, and set some basic properties such as the character set used by Oracle libraries. The PHP binary must link with the same, or more recent, major version of Oracle libraries as it was configured with.
For example, if you build OCI8 with Oracle 11.2 libraries, then PHP should also be deployed and run with Oracle 11.2 libraries.
Python Library development files ii libboost-python1.40.0 1.40.0-4ubuntu4 Boost.
Python Library ii libboost-regex1.40-dev 1.40.0-4ubuntu4 regular expression library for C ii libboost-regex1.40.0 1.40.0-4ubuntu4 regular expression library for C ii libboost-serialization1.40-dev 1.40.0-4ubuntu4 serialization library for C ii libboost-serialization1.40.0 1.40.0-4ubuntu4 serialization library for C ii libboost-system1.40-dev 1.40.0-4ubuntu4 Operating system (e.g.
When applying changes, an error message like 'Cannot load /etc/httpd/modules/mod_into server' is displayed.
This only seems to happen on Redhat versions 7.0 to 7.3.
The server where Drupal 7 is supposed to run has Open Streetmap server (with Tilecache), which uses python extensively, and Apache2 with wsgi module.