Joe Orton wrote:
On Thu, Feb 23, 2006 at 08:22:57AM -0500, Stephen Smalley wrote:
>On Wed, 2006-02-22 at 16:41 -0800, Andrew JH Ring wrote:
>>I've recently set up a Fedora Core 4 web server running Apache 2.2.0
>>with PHP 5.1.2. I've managed to get Apache loading the module, after
>>setting libphp5.so to shlib_t, however Apache seems to still be unable
>>to access the module during boot. I'm getting a Cannot load libphp5
>>cannot restore segment prot after reloc. Is this a known problem, and
>>if so, how is it fixed?
>cc'd fedora-selinux-list as well above, since you mentioned you were
>This usually indicates a text relocation, which is undesirable if it can
>be avoided. The stock FC4 php doesn't appear to have any text
>relocations in its libphp (readelf -d libphp5.so.1 | grep TEXTREL).
>Possibly it has a patch to avoid the problem.
You have to pass --with-pic to configure; upstream default builds
non-PIC code into the DSO by default ("it's a feature!").
I'm having this same problem with a snapshot of php 5.2.2 and apache 2.2
under Fedora Core 5. I'm building PHP from the snapshot source at
. I'll check my PHP configure script (it's on a different
machine) but I think it is passing --enable-pic to configure. Is this
the same thing? Or does the option need to be --with-pic?
I'm getting a file label of:
in the compiled libphp5.so.
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