Yea trying to avoid rolling my own stuff. This box serves a myriad of other
web applications and I would have to custom roll a dozen packages or more.
Its probably just some logic issues in the config code that I could work
around but was mainly concerned with the data corruption it talks about...
Ie what other versions it might impact. The bug info in the URL it points
out was not very informative.
On 8/12/10 10:05 AM, "David Gerard" <dgerard(a)gmail.com> wrote:
On 12 August 2010 17:58, Chuck Carson
installing media wiki 1.16.0 onto a Solaris 10 u8 x64 system. I am using the
sunfreeware packages and have the following versions:
Apache - 2.2.15
libxml2 - 2.7.7
When I navigate to the config component I get
this browser message:
Your system has a combination of PHP and libxml2
versions which is buggy and can cause hidden data corruption in MediaWiki and
other web apps. Upgrade to PHP 5.2.9 or later and libxml2 2.7.3 or later!
Anyone have any
I got this on RHEL 5. Eventually I compiled libxml2 from source,
PHP 5.3.2 from source to get libphp5.so.