RPM is good if everything is installed by RPM.
Otherwise, RPM won't know that you have dependencies installed, and will

Thanks. But how do I know if an rpm can run on a raq 3 when I read it's 
supported for redhat?

Sometimes I read "For redhat 6.1" and then some say "yes, you can install 

Just curious. But I do see what you are saying if I can get them to install
I would have to install the php/gd first with many others...but knowing *if* 
I can is hard enough
And if I did, php/gd and php/mysql and what not I presume go first before the 
php rpm?

Along with a few others. Wow, maybe it is best from source

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