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Just run 'make' from the mod_php4 directory. You set all those options
>> (01.28.2003 @ 0253 PST): Andreas Pauley said, in 1.0K: <<
> I would like to know what the preferred way is for installing the mod_php4
> port (4.2.3) with your own customized options enabled.
> This is on FreeBSD 4.7, in conjunction with apache+mod_ssl-1.3.27+2.8.12.
> I see the Makefile's CONFIGURE_ARGS specifically states "--without-gd" and
> Do I need to change this if I want those options enabled?
> The Makefile also mentions PHP4_OPTIONS.
> Is this something I can use to enable certain extra options (eg. IMAP
> Does the FreeBSD ports have something like flavors, as in OpenBSD?
> The options I would like to enable are:
> gdbm, imap, imap-ssl, mhash, mm, recode, pdflib, gd, jpeg, png, tiff,
> mcrypt, curl, mysql, postgresql.
> "Only two things are infinite:
> the universe and human stupidity,
> and I'm not so sure about the former."
> -- Albert Einstein
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