Red Hat Bugzilla – Bug 109617
Update PHP to 4.3.4 - contains a lot of fixes
Last modified: 2007-11-30 17:10:33 EST
Description of problem:
"The PHP developers are proud to announce the immediate availability of PHP 4.3.4. This release contains a fair number of bug fixes and we recommend that all users of PHP upgrade to this version."
There are a lof fixes by Red Hat...but I can't believe, that all problems from PHP 4.3.3 are solved by the Red Hat patches...
Version-Release number of selected component (if applicable):
Update to PHP 4.3.4.
Patch 3 and patch 8 have to re-enable for that release.
Packages ready for testing at:
If anyone can try these out - please post any feedback here!
Okay, works fine on all my systems! :-)
I downloaded and installed the "testing" (4.3.4) packages on one
machine and have 4.3.3 installed on a second machine. When I attempt
to do an authenticated ldap_bind of the root DN and rootpw using the
testing packages, all seems well -- I can then modify an entry. But
when I do this same thing on the machine with version 4.3.3, with the
script adjusted only for the server name, root DN and rootpw, it fails
to bind: error message is "Warning: ldap_bind(): Unable to bind to
server: Inappropriate authentication in /var/www/html/modify1.php on
line 20." I can run ldapmodify on the command line with the same
rootpw and be able to add attributes to the entry of interest. I may
or may not put 4.3.4 on this machine to see if ldap_bind suddenly works.
This bug can be closed. Rawhide contains "php-4.3.4-1.i386.rpm".
Actually, I was leaving this open until the FC1 updates had been
issued, but never mind, it should be out Any Day Real Soon Now.