> Dag Rune Sneeggen wrote: >> Perttu Laine wrote: >>> On 12/9/05, Odhiambo Washington <[EMAIL PROTECTED]> wrote: >>>> >>>> >>>> apachectl stop >>>> cd /usr/ports/www/apache13 >>>> make deinstall >>>> cd /usr/ports/www/apache22 && make install >>>> cd /usr/ports/www/mod_php5 >>>> make -DWITH_APACHE2 -DFORCE_PKG_REGISTER reinstall >>>> >>>> >>> Just to inform you people about this old apache13 to apache22 upgrade - >>> worked just fine. I made config files ready earlier and it was only >>> about >>> 15mins downtime and everything went nicely and smoothly without >>> problems >>> with this process. Except instead of ports/www/mod_php5 I used >>> ports/lang/php5, but that's same. :) >>> >>> >> Actually www/mod_php5 and lang/php5 isn't exactly the same. www/mod_php5 >> only includes the mod_php5 module, whilst lang/php5 includes the CLI php >> system as well :) >> >> Nice to hear it worked so smoothly for you though! >> > > www/mod_php5 doesn't exist any longer. > > and vehement claims that php5 is broken in ports persist, but > aren't true as near as I can tell from both external evidence > and personal experience. > > Kevin Kinsey
> Kevin, The latest version of php5 did not work for me. In my case I had a new install of a minimum system cvsuped to 6.1R P1 and then portsnapped before install. Yes I had read updating before and I had been following the posts re PHP5 and configured PHP5 with the apache module. What ever I did, including asking on this list did not work - PHP5 refused to run. Most of the replies I got said read updating - I refrained from relying read the question. In the end I ran out of time and installed centos which worked with no problems with an earlier version of PHP5. Rob _______________________________________________ email@example.com mailing list http://lists.freebsd.org/mailman/listinfo/freebsd-questions To unsubscribe, send any mail to "[EMAIL PROTECTED]"