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Hi to all,
I'm running php 5.2.5 on Debian etch, with apache 2.0.56.
I need to include, in php.ini, library but I didn't find
I've already install:

apt-get install gettext
apt-get install php-gettext
apt-get install php5-cli
apt-get install php5 php5-common

and so on.
I'm sure to have installed everything but still missing.
I tried, also, to compile php 5.2.5 from source, but when running
./configure, it breaks
with this error:
configure: error: no acceptable cc found in $PATH.

I'm going crazy. Where find the extension ?



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I'm not specifically familiar with gettext nor debian, but...

What files did 'apt-get install gettext' create? Maybe it added but in a directory not referenced by Maybe it
installed the lib using a version number number in the name (fix by
creating a symlink).

On my nearest Linux box (RedHat) the gettext package doesn't have a - it does have a /usr/lib/, and

Have you tried running a trace on the CLI gettext?

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You don't have a C compiler installed


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