remove the 3 lines?toml said:vi /usr/local/lib/php.ini and at the very bottom, put a semi-colon in front of the three lines dealing with zend. They should be the last three entries in that file.
4) hit the 'Esc' just to be sure you are out of editing mode, then type ':wq' and hit the 'Enter' key. This will write the file, and quit out of vi.;[Zend]
If you prefer use pico, I advise you to backup your php.ini also....RingToons said:remove the 3 lines?
How can I get off vi /usr/local/lib/php.ini with saving?
Which errors are you getting? I know you are getting segmentation faults, but you don't say what errors you are getting compiling php. If you are getting errors using php with Zend, then you need to compile your zlib as a shared library(./configure --shared). If that is not your problem, you need to be a bit more clear as to what exactly your problem is.MQ-James said:I keep getting segmentation errors whatever I do and I can't start apache due to the needing of php and php wont compile due to those errors