[TYPO3-install] Database analyser step of install is seg faulting apache
Benjamin Elijah Griffin
bgriffin at gracenote.com
Wed Jun 20 22:54:20 CEST 2007
I've got a fresh install of Typo3 4.1.1 with dummy 4.1.1 site.
The webserver is apache 1.3.x on a Solaris x86 box. MySQL is
5.0.41 (the lack of details on mysql setup in the install
manual is bothersome). Apache has PHP 4.4.4 as a module.
I have compiled on that server all components listed here.
Changing compile time settings is an option for me.
The first step of the install process seems to work fine, I
get the "Basic configuration" to tell me it likes all my
directories and it can connect to MySQL and has a table
Connected to SQL database successfully
typo3db is selected as database.
Clicking the link for step 2: Database Analyser, my browser
sits and sits for a while and then asks me to save the index.php
page (which is an empty file). This is obviously wrong because
Apache runs that same file, with different CGI parameters, in
stage 1 as a PHP script.
Checking the server error log, all I can find is are errors
[Wed Jun 20 13:19:43 2007] [notice] child pid 27869 exit signal
Segmentation Fault (11), possible coredump in /usr/local/httpd
Just what is Typo3 trying to do?
Trying to skip ahead (at least to some of the steps) in the install
process results in the same error. Step 5 'All Config' works, but
is missing anything about, say, adding users. Step 3 Update Wizard
and 6 typo3temp/ don't work.
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