hai dan
thank you for your suggestion regarding the google thing..
thank god u said me that or else i could have never known that google will
get me all the results.
dude i just asked this question thinking that some one would help me find
the solution not for fun.
regarding the thing of compiling i require it to be done,

hai kesavan
 thank you for the help i have done that search and i found the things but
the thing is that it is an old version of the gcc that is still exisiting in
the yum repository.
i require one dependancy apr-1.3.3 for the compiling of httpd 2.3.5  which i
have found out, but the thing is that it requires two more dependancies
uname >=2.6
and rpmlib<=4.4.6 which are  not available in the yum repo..

i better try to do this on my own..
thank you guys for your help


On Wed, May 5, 2010 at 1:53 AM, Kesavan Rengarajan <k...@trk7.com> wrote:

> As someone else mentioned in the list, try the remi repository.
> If you still want to compile from source, then this is what you do to
> search for packages:
> yum search packagename
> So you would be doing:
> yum search gcc
>  and then install the missing package before compiling php.
> You may have to install a few missing packages and it's not really a lot of
> fun :(.
> Also, I would like to let you know if you are going to be using Zend
> Framework, you better stick with the 5.2 series as I know that there are a
> few issues with 5.3 and ZF. There are a few other bugs that forced me to
> downgrade to 5.2.
> Sent from my iPhone
> On 05/05/2010, at 4:59 AM, Chaitanya Yanamadala <dr.virus.in...@gmail.com>
> wrote:
>  hai bavitra
>> i have read the article from this site
>> http://www.web-tech-india.com/articles/php/compiling_php_apache/
>> but actually the thing is it is not working for me..
>> it is giving me some error like this
>> checking for gcc ---no
>> checking for cc--no
>> configure: error: no acceptable cc found in $PATH..
>> this tells me that the i am missing the cross compiler from my machine but
>> i
>> dont have an idea from where can i get this..
>> Chaitanya
>> On Tue, May 4, 2010 at 8:45 PM, Bavithra R <bavithr...@gmail.com> wrote:
>>>  i have downloaded the tar file from php.net but dont know how to
>>>> complile
>>>>  the same for the linux.
>>>> Hi Chaitanya
>>>> As you have downloaded the tar file you need to extract it.
>>>>   Try this
>>> *    Extraction:  *        tar -jxvf php-5.3.2.tar.bz2
>>> where php-5.3.2.tar.bz2 is the filename you downloaded.
>>> Check to the file extension whether it is .bz2
>>> If not use
>>>         tar --help
>>> which provides the extraction options.
>>> Then you need to configure it.For that
>>> *  configuration: *   ./configure --prefix==/usr/local/php
>>> I hope this works.Try and see
>>> regards
>>> --Bavithra

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