Bill Moran wrote: > In response to Fbsd1 <fb...@a1poweruser.com>: > >> Having problems installing php5 in 7.1 so tried 8.0 and see that in >> release 8.0 php5 in defaulting to apache 22 when apache interface is >> selected from the make config menu. The config menu should give option >> to select apache 13 or apache 22 not force apache 22 on the user >> community. Is the maintainer going to change the config menu before php5 >> 8.0 is released for production? > > If you want a different version of Apache, all you have to do is install > Apache first, then PHP will use the version you have installed. > > It's always been that way. It's just that up till now the default was > 1.3. It's _LOOONG_ past time when the default should have moved to 2.X. > Could always try APACHE_PORT= www/apache13 in /etc/make.conf, or somesuch, whichever incantation is used these days. Ref: /usr/ports/Mk/bsd.apache.mk
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