[Bug 240519] Re: sybase_* functions missing in php5-sybase for hardy
ondrej at sury.org
Wed Jun 18 23:03:21 BST 2008
you solution is working, but wrong one. The real reason why sybase module
installs mssql.so is they are really (almost) the same - they use same
library to access database. With one small exception - mssql module is
better maintained and provides pdo version, and works better in some cases.
That was reason to do the switch in Debian.
I am not really sure why Steve didn't provide aliases from sybase to mssql
function, but my patch should ensure it. I'll commit it into Debian svn and
it will propage into next version of Ubuntu as well.
2008/6/18 Paul McLanahan <pmclanahan at gmail.com>:
> Ok... so I installed the php5 source package
> apt-get source php5
> I decided to just give the extension in ext/sybase a try before applying
> any patches.
> cd ext/sybase
> phpize && configure && make && sudo make install
> After that it was a simple matter of adding a sybase.ini file to
> /etc/php5/conf.d with the contents
> I then restarted apache2 and it works :)
> I'm still a bit confused as to why the php5-sybase package installs the
> mssql.so module, and the php5-mssql package is a virtual for
> php5-sybase. But it is working for me now, and hopefully the people who
> need this info can find it here.
> Thanks again for the help Ondřej and Chuck!
> sybase_* functions missing in php5-sybase for hardy
> You received this bug notification because you are subscribed to php5 in
Ondřej Surý <ondrej at sury.org>
** Attachment added: "unnamed"
sybase_* functions missing in php5-sybase for hardy
You received this bug notification because you are a member of Ubuntu
Server Team, which is subscribed to php5 in ubuntu.
More information about the Ubuntu-server-bugs