You may want to consider that RedHat 7.3 is quite out dated. If you just did your install recently I would firct recommend upgrading to RedHat 9.
You might also want to consider debian instead. I'm a redhat fan but when it comes to keep packages up to date and providing advanced functionality in packages debian sure seems to beat the pants off of RedHat. But, sorry, that doesn't help your immediate problem. - Jeff On Thu, 2003-07-24 at 11:33, Nabil wrote: > please please would you help me to get > > mysql - gd - iodbc (odbc) - mssql - apache .... > > I need to upgrade because i need the new one with iodbc support not > unixODBC. > and i need it with ofcourse ( mysql - gd - iodbc (odbc) - mssql - apache > .... ) > I have read so many articles all over the web, and i reffered to php.net ... > MY PROBLEM is that i m new to linux and when it come to specify the DIR , i > got lost... > and when i make the ./configure , then make then make install ,, i got > errors always .., i untared the file in /usr/local/src and after everything > done , i echo phpinfo() and i got the version still there !!! > > I installed RedHat 7.3 ... the current php that came with redhat is > perfectly working just i need to make mssql and iodbc work... so if there > any other way please help me.. > > Please help me in details > > > "Cristian Marin" <[EMAIL PROTECTED]> wrote in message > news:[EMAIL PROTECTED] > > I think it's very good as it is. ./configure actually is almost a standard > > for every compilation and is not ment to be used by a programmer but by a > > system admins. Linux is not Windows. If you really want to learn to > compile > > a php create in a day or two a complete line with everything you ever > think > > you need about php or compile them as modules, save the config line in a > > file and keep it on a CD. From version to version are very few changes to > > the ./configure options. > > > > -- > > ------------------------------------------------- > > Cristian MARIN - Developer > > InterAKT Online (www.interakt.ro) > > Tel: +4021 312.53.12 > > Tel/Fax: +4021 312.51.91 > > [EMAIL PROTECTED] > > "Nico Sabbi" <[EMAIL PROTECTED]> wrote in message > > news:[EMAIL PROTECTED] > > > > > > Hi, > > > > > > I wonder why at compile time ./configure doesn't automatically detect > > what > > > features are compilable and what not, so as to > > > build in php as much as possible. > > > > > > There isn't even such an option available, with the result that > everytime > > I > > > recompile PHP I end-up missing some group of functions > > > that I didn't expect to need. > > > > > > > > > > > > Thanks, > > > Nico > > > > > > > > > > -- Jeff Wiegley, PhD http://www.csun.edu/~jeffw Assistant Professor Computer Science Department EA1407 Engineering Addition California State University Northridge email [EMAIL PROTECTED] 18111 Nordhoff Street office phone 818.677.3887 Northridge CA 91330-8281 CS Dept. phone 818.677.3398 USA
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