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I've been messing around with pkg install, installing / removing both php5-5.4.29 and php55-5.5.13.

But when I run php from the command line, it will give me an error like this:

PHP Warning:  PHP Startup: Unable to load dynamic library 
'/usr/local/lib/php/20100525/memcache.so' - 
/usr/local/lib/php/20100525/memcache.so: Undefined symbol 
"php_session_create_id" in Unknown on line 0

If I try the 5.5.13 version, the error is this:

PHP Warning: PHP Startup: Unable to load dynamic library '/usr/local/lib/php/20121212/posix.so' - Cannot open "/usr/local/lib/php/20121212/posix.so" in Unknown on line 0

Anyone have some tips how I can clean the mess I've made and do a fresh install of php55-5.5.13 ?

EDIT: I also noticed that an old php version from the ports is installed, which seems to be conflicting with the pkg one. But trying to (re)install from ports will give me:

PHP xx doesn't install the Apache module anymore: update your OPTIONS and build www/mod_php5 port instead

  • Try creating that folder first. – schaiba Jun 30 '14 at 11:08
  • made no difference – Oli Jun 30 '14 at 11:32
  • Run php-config and check your --extension-dir path. You may need to change the installation directory with ./configure --prefix=DIR or something. There's a really good guide here. phpinternalsbook.com/build_system/building_php.html Just realized how old this question is. – iyrin Feb 14 '15 at 7:47
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pkg install mod_php5 should take care of it.

  • I get a long list of warnings like these: pkg: WARNING: locally installed php55-5.5.13 conflicts on /usr/local/man/man1/phpize.1.gz with: - php5-5.4.29 – Oli Jul 7 '14 at 9:07
  • Sorry, it wasn't clear from your question which version of PHP you were actually wanting to use. If you want php 5.4, install mod_php5. If you want php 5.5, install mod_php55. I would not try to install both. – Steve Wills Jul 7 '14 at 20:25
  • Well the installing is no problem, it's getting rid of the old PHP that's the problem it seems (the one once installed by ports collection) – Oli Jul 8 '14 at 13:47

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