You know, it never occured to me that there were individual 
Apache modules in the ports. Thanks Josh! Doesn't look like 
it would help in this case, though, as the mod_php port is
for Apache 1.3, and I need 2.0.

I noticed that a dependency of the port is mysql_client,
not mysql_server (which makes perfect sense now that I think
about it). Is it possible that I need to do

./configure --with-mysql=/usr/ports/mysql4-client/work

to get it to work? Or, download the mysql 4.0.16 client 
source code, untar it, and point ./configure there? Seems wasteful.
I'd happily do something more efficient and preferred.

Any thoughts,
T.B.

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