At 04.08.2001 01:33, Matthew Tyler wrote:
>Hey all,
>I have a server with Apache running on it, and it currently uses PHP3
>(installed with the OS). I am trying to upgrade to PHP4, but from the
> documentation it appears that I have to reinstall Apache in order to
>have access to the PHP4 apache modules, something I would NOT like to do. Is
>there any way around this?
>- Matt

If you've compiled apache with support for static modules, there aren't any 
way around
it, if you've got support for dynamic modules (DSO) you should be able to 
compile a
new module and make apache load it.

However I'd suspect that the OS you didn't disclose probably compiled 
staticly as it's
the easiest way of compiling apache+php, since it's php3 that came by 
default you
might want to upgrade to a newer apache version too.

Andreas D Landmark / noXtension
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         Here and now, as opposed to fake time, which only occurs there
and then.

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