After working with this problem for
a while, I am now making progress. I've seen this problem that people
have been coming across throughout the Internet and since I now have a
solution, I wanted to share it with everyone else out there.
I had a problem where I was unable to
install the Zend PHP server under Fedora (16 or 17, 32-bit or 64-bit).
Each time, I would get a 'cyclic' error that kept coming back to
'zend-base' and couldn't move past that.
Well, after bouncing some e-mails with
Zend Support, here's what I got. I needed to manually install 'zend-base'
with rpm and, after that, I was able to get the Zend PHP server to install.
Here's the sequence of steps I performed:
The 'rpm' install required that httpd
be in place already, so that's why I had to do that first. Afterwards,
the installation of the Zend PHP trial server (or the CE edition - I tried
both) worked perfectly fine. I now need to proceed on with the testing
of the DB2 stuff (thanks again, Daniel, for the great step-by-step!!) and
once I get it working, I'll share it.
_____________________________________________________________________ Charles Buege
| The Morey Corporation
| Research and Development/IT Special
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