Peter Risdon wrote:
Darryl Hoar wrote:
I have 5.1-release installed. I wish to install php4 and want it to
work with apache, mysql and openldap. Which one of the php ports
do I use ?
Easiest thing to do is install www/mod_php4 and select the options
you want (mysql - which is a default - and ldap)under the curses based
config screen that will pop up.
Having said that, in a minority of cases people want to run php as a
cgi under suexec. In that case, you need to use /lang/php4 and use
the right config arguments.
Pretty much correct. /lang/php4 simply builds both the Apache
module and the CLI and CGI executables, and installs the lot;
therefore it also uses the ncurses config screen.
I think that if you desire to 'keep up' with PHP development by
means of portupgrade(1), then you'll want to place the "right
config arguments" in /etc/make.conf. See make.conf(5) for the
real scoop on that one ....
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