Problem installing php5
simon at ruderich.com
Thu Jun 21 12:41:56 PDT 2007
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Pete Gontier wrote:
> This sounds like the problem I saw a few days ago. MacPorts builds
> php5 against Apple's Apache rather than MacPorts' Apache. This is a
> bug in the php5 package. On Jun 12, 2007, at 4:21 PM, Ryan Schmidt
> "php5 +apache" currently uses Apple's Apache. This is inconsistent
> with MacPorts general policy and I will change it, eventually, so
> that +apache will use MacPorts Apache 1, and a new variant
> +apache_apple will use Apple's Apache.
> Looks like I should really get a move on and fix the php5 +apache
> variant to do what we say in the FAQ we do -- which is, use MacPorts
> software, not Apple software, by default, unless there's a good
> reason not to.
It would be real nice if this could be fixed. I tried it myself but it
didn't worked. I guess I have missed something in the post-destroot
phase, but I'm not sure.
> The php5 you have installed now will probably work fine with Apple's
> Apache -- at least it works fine for me. This means you need to edit
> /etc/httpd/httpd.conf rather than whatever file you edited in order
> to tell Apache to load php5.
Yes, thanks. I changed the httpd.conf file and it's working fine.
> — Pete Gontier <http://www.pete.gontier.org/>
Thanks for your help,
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