[php-maint] Bug#385147: When php4-mysql is enabled, php prints "Illegal Instruction" and terminates

Steve Langasek vorlon at debian.org
Wed Aug 30 05:56:38 UTC 2006

tags 385147 moreinfo unreproducible

On Tue, Aug 29, 2006 at 01:53:26PM +0100, Jamie Thompson wrote:

> When php4-mysql is enabled, php ceases to work and instead prints
> "Illegal Instruction" and terminates. If I disable the extension in
> php.ini, php works fine, abet without mysql functionality.

> I've tried reinstalling, to no avail. Mysql seems to be running fine
> going from it's cli client.

That doesn't give me enough information to reproduce the problem.  I've
tried installing the broken version of libmysqlclient15off as suggested by
Sean's comments, but running php4 doesn't give me any such errors.

Anyway, I suspect the problem is actually bug #383759, which has for some
reason been downgraded and tagged as 'wontfix'.  Can you tell me what
processor you have in the system you're running this on?

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