XAMPP 1.7 for linux and threads.

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XAMPP 1.7 for linux and threads.

Postby agporto » 14. May 2009 17:47

Hello everybody, excuse for my poor english but i am french :roll: ...
I have a problem with xampp and some perl scripts. When i excute them a error message appear: "this perl not build to support threads".
I don't know how to solve it. Please help me.
Thanks by advance.
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Re: XAMPP 1.7 for linux and threads.

Postby Wiedmann » 14. May 2009 17:56

"this perl not build to support threads".

You must rebuild (compile) Perl with the configure option "useithreads". And after that, you must also rebuild all existing Perl XS modules.
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Re: XAMPP 1.7 for linux and threads.

Postby agporto » 14. May 2009 18:13

Thanks but how can rebuild perl with xampp, i have never do that.
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Re: XAMPP 1.7 for linux and threads.

Postby Wiedmann » 14. May 2009 18:24

how can rebuild perl

A installation manual should be part of the Perl source code.

I guess it's like all *nix software with "./configure && make && make install". Just change the prefix to /opt/lampp

with xampp,

The configure which is used by xampp you can find somewhere in (imho) share/xampp in a tar.gz.
Installing the XAMPP devel package maybe also necessary.

How to find all XS modules (like for mod_perl) and rebuild them, I don't know at the moment. I guess it's easier to delete the current Perl and start from scratch.

Maybe Kai (Oswald) knows the best way (ask him). (or can build XAMPP/Perl next time with threads support).
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Re: XAMPP 1.7 for linux and threads.

Postby agporto » 14. May 2009 18:36

Outch...Ok, I try to do that.
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