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From: Barry Smoke [mailto:[EMAIL PROTECTED]] 
Sent: 06 May 2002 19:07
Subject: [PHP] --enabel-pnctl / php sockets

I have recently discovered php's binary capabilities, and am using it to
write a virtual isp management system, so that a php binary will listen
to a port, and spit out an interface, such as webmin,

This interface will be able to add virtual domains, restart dns, qmail,

I have seen a couple of other php binary projects(using php sockets),
such as phserv, where an entire web server (like apache) has been
written in nothing but php.

I tried to install these, and they wouldn't run without php compiled

Now, it is my understanding that --enable-pcntl  is for process control,
and it only works if you are compiling php as a cgi module, and not as
an apache add-on. 
(at least that is the error I got , when taking a redhat php rpm, and
editing the spec file to include the --enable-pcntl)

Is there any way to get that to compile, while maintaining all original
functionality in the redhat php rpm?

What I am really looking for here, is a php binary, that will spit out a
web control interface(standard web page, with forms on the client side)
That will listen on a non-apache port, and if a connections is detected,
lock it in securely...

But...still allow other connections, (like apache listens to
minservers/maxservers....multiple sessions on one port)

The idea being that one isp might have multiple admins/staff entering in
domain information.

Any help on this is much appreciated.
Barry Smoke
Project Leader

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