Mike Dichiappari wrote: > Hello, > > I am rather new to Linux but an old timer at software development. I am > investigating alternate platforms for future development for my company. > Linux is at the top of the list. > > I am trying to get a server setup with a db (PostgreSQL), web server > (Apache), and some sort of web scripting language (PHP). I can not make > everything work together. PHP4 won't work out-of-the-box with PostgreSQL > because PHP doesn't have support for PosgreSQL built in at compile time (why > not just build everything into when it was initially built?).
The manual page for PostgreSQL did not exaplain about --with-pgsql option just like most modules' manual pages didn't :) However, I think install section explains how to selectively install modules. > > So I get the sources to PHP and try to build. However, it wants the sources > (header files) for Apache. It *MUST* be there, if you want Apache SAPI. It's the way should be. > > At this point I don't want to go any further. Eventually, I'll probably > need the sources for everything. If you follow installation instruction closely (PostgreSQL, Apache, PHP) there would be no problems. Make sure you build/install them with this order. PostgreSQL->Apache->PHP. > > Is there an easy way to do this sort of stuff on Linux or is it better to > just buy off the shelf products that work? Install from RPM or like, they should work out of box. BTW, do not cross post :) -- Yasuo Ohgaki Please CC me when you reply to news/list messages. Do not reply only to me :) -- PHP Database Mailing List (http://www.php.net/) To unsubscribe, e-mail: [EMAIL PROTECTED] For additional commands, e-mail: [EMAIL PROTECTED] To contact the list administrators, e-mail: [EMAIL PROTECTED]