The ld program could not find the lltdl which is with the libtool and libtool-ltdl packages.
Interestingly, the Centos 5.4 system went ahead and compiled without errors the SECOND time I tried. Not sure why I even tried, just to see I guess. But, it went OK, and went right on through the PHP install and finished the install complete! Success!
When I googled lltdl I found this is not an uncommon PHP compile problem, the usual solution seems to be to symlink the libltdl.so.3.1.4 file in the directory that ld looks for it with:
ln -s libltdl.so.3.1.4 libltdl.so
I am not sure yet what directory that might be, but I will let you know when I discover it. In the meantime, I will try to run the install again on the Fedora 10 system. Since it went ahead the SECOND time on the Centos, it seems like it is worth a try.
(Hint to others who are UPGRADING: If you do go for a second try AFTER a failure, BE SURE to remake the ispconfig directory BEFORE you try again or reinstall an older version with: "mkdir /root/ispconfig".)
ADDED INFO: The SECOND time I attempted to install ispconfig on the Fedora Core 10 system, it did NOT fail either. That is VERY STRANGE but true on my servers. How weird is that? IF you try the second time, be SURE to recreate the /root/ispconfig directory BEFORE you make a new attempt!
Last edited by rbartz; 30th May 2010 at 12:11.
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