> the only thing that can smash th whole thing imo, is if > you try to use the cgi version > via web if you have php also installed as apache module. but all of > what i wrote is a guess, > never tried by myself.
You can do all of the following simultaniously without and clashes: * Use PHP as an apache module * Use PHP as a cgi-binary via the web * Use PHP for shell scripting The first uses the module, the latter 2 use the binary created. They can also be created with 2 differnt configure statments. EG: you could have imap enabled in the apache module, but not in the binary... and you could have 3 binarys, one with sockets & pcntl enabled, one with dom & xml enabled, and one with everything enabled... etc. -- 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