>> [snip] >> > but this is only needed only if you compile php into apache or am i >> > wrong? if i have the cgi version installed, i can call the php >> > script directly from the shell. The only thing for me to do then, is >> > to set >> > #!/path.to/php in the first line of the script, right? >> [/snip] >> >> Can you have the compiled with apache version and the CGI version >> installed on the same server? > > Sure can!
Yes... in your ./configure line, leave out the --with-apache and --with-apxs options. This will warn you that it is about to create a binary and not a module. After a make install it will usually end up in /usr/local/bin/php for you to use as your shell interpretor. (Follow up email regarding security to follow from a linx post). -- Dan Hardiker [[EMAIL PROTECTED]] ADAM Software & Systems Engineer -- PHP General Mailing List (http://www.php.net/) To unsubscribe, visit: http://www.php.net/unsub.php