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Old 28th January 2006, 21:07
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Quote:
Originally Posted by falko
Recompiling zlib won't break anything. Just do it!
OK, I did it. Did not work. So recompiling zlib with shared libraries is not the issue.

I went back to this thread you recommended
http://www.howtoforge.com/forums/showthread.php?t=1626
and followed instructions by gbjbaanb except I was installing on Breezy Badger (Ubuntu) so did not need to install ssl-devel. Worked perfectly except that I did not write down the correct pwd for MySQL so had to reinstall. [Insert appropriate rough language here...][Lots of it.]

This time I didn't recompile zlib so I could check if the shared libraries were the issue. Just used the tweaks in the link above. ISPConfig installed without a hitch.

Bottom line: I suspect the compiler gives the "recompile with -FPIC" message because it can't find the shared libraries. When you change the ./configure to "--with-openssl" and the MySQL symbolic links, the compiler can find everything it needs.

Thanks to everyone for the help and various links. And thanks to Falko and Till for a most impressive product.

Nick
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