On Sat, Nov 29, 2003 at 02:42:18AM -0500, Seamus Abshere wrote: > I would like to use the php4-4.3.4 port with the apache-2.0.48_1 port, > but php4-4.3.4 lists apache-1.3.29_1 as a dependency. Try building mod_php4 with the flag -DWITH_APACHE2:
cd /usr/ports/www/mod_php4/ && make clean install -DWITH_APACHE2 <snip> > I would still like the convenience of updating both > ports with a cron job. If you use portupgrade you can specify that the mod_php port upgrades should include the relevant apache2 flag (-DWITH_APACHE2). See the pkgtools.conf manpage for more info after installing portupgrade from the ports. As an example my pkgtools.conf file includes: 'www/mod_php4' => [ 'WITH_DOMXML=ON', 'WITH_EXIF=ON', 'WITH_FTP=ON', 'WITH_GD=ON', 'WITH_IMAP=ON', 'WITH_MYSQL=ON', 'WITH_OPENSSL=ON', 'WITH_PCRE=ON', 'WITH_POSIX=ON', 'WITH_SESSION=ON', 'WITH_XML=ON', 'WITH_XMLRPC=ON', 'WITH_ZLIB=ON', ], indicating that mod_php4 should be upgraded using those build options. IN your case you'd just want to add 'WITH_APACHE2' to make sure it gets built for apache2. HTH. -- Jez Hancock - System Administrator / PHP Developer http://munk.nu/ _______________________________________________ [EMAIL PROTECTED] mailing list http://lists.freebsd.org/mailman/listinfo/freebsd-questions To unsubscribe, send any mail to "[EMAIL PROTECTED]"