This has been broken since SuSE 9.2 (I think!). Anyhow, it is a bug,
not "official" fix from SuSE, whose RPM it is btw that breaks it. There
is a contributed fix available though, search bugzilla.
Andre Truter wrote:
On 4/28/05, Sven Haberer
good idea - please see here:
Hope this is detailed enough...
Has anybody managed to get unixODBC working in SuSE 10 (amd64)?
I tried Sven's advice in the wiki, but unfortunatly it does not work.
This is the error I get in the log:
PHP Warning: Unknown(): Unable to load dynamic library
/usr/lib64/php/extensions/unixODBC.so: symbol __cxa_finalize, version
GLIBC_2.2.5 not defined in file xxodbc.so with link time reference in
Unknown on line 0
I just wonder how this has been tested and why do they even bother to
include the php4-unixODBC package in the distribution if it does not
work (And then for a number of distribution releases also!)
Or does it work for certain configurations and not for others?
Does anybody have a system where this works out-of-the-box?
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