<div>Hi Paul</div>  <div>&nbsp;</div>  <div>I tried the instructions in the distrbution, but the 'make' command failed. I'll be poring over this: <A href="http://www.cs.utah.edu/dept/old/texinfo/make/make_toc.html">http://www.cs.utah.edu/dept/old/texinfo/make/make_toc.html</A>&nbsp; &amp; the man pages for a while.</div>  <div>&nbsp;</div>  <div>Does pear run well from /opt/local? I am trying to build a *AMP stack. (DAMP for Darwin?) It just looks like less re-configuring if it runs from the same directory as php.<BR><BR><B><I>paul beard &lt;paulbeard@gmail.com&gt;</I></B> wrote:</div>  <BLOCKQUOTE class=replbq style="PADDING-LEFT: 5px; MARGIN-LEFT: 5px; BORDER-LEFT: #1010ff 2px solid"><BR><BR>  <DIV class=gmail_quote>On Feb 10, 2008 8:39 PM, Eric Soli &lt;<A href="mailto:eric_soli@yahoo.com">eric_soli@yahoo.com</A>&gt; wrote:<BR>  <BLOCKQUOTE class=gmail_quote style="PADDING-LEFT: 1ex; MARGIN: 0px 0px 0px 0.8ex; BORDER-LEFT: #ccc 1px solid">I am attempting to install
 pear-base into /usr/bin<BR>instead of /opt/local/bin. My best understanding from<BR>the man page is that I should use:<BR><BR>bash$ sudo port -D /usr/bin install pear-base<BR><BR>but it still ends up in /opt/local. Is there a way<BR>plant this pear tree next to /usr/bin/php?<BR></BLOCKQUOTE></DIV>  <DIV><BR></DIV>You don't say why you want to do this or why the source tarball/distribution doesn't work for you. It looks, from reading the INSTALL file, that it is best installed by and within the php process.&nbsp;  <DIV><BR></DIV>  <DIV>  <BLOCKQUOTE class=gmail_quote style="PADDING-LEFT: 1ex; MARGIN: 0px 0px 0px 0.8ex; BORDER-LEFT: rgb(204,204,204) 1px solid">Unix<BR></BLOCKQUOTE>  <BLOCKQUOTE>====<BR></BLOCKQUOTE>  <BLOCKQUOTE>make sure you have enabled default extensions, and if you want faster<BR></BLOCKQUOTE>  <BLOCKQUOTE>downloads, enable the zlib extension. &nbsp;You must also enable the CLI<BR></BLOCKQUOTE>  <BLOCKQUOTE>SAPI with the --enable-cli extension directive.
 &nbsp;After this, simply run:<BR></BLOCKQUOTE>  <BLOCKQUOTE><BR></BLOCKQUOTE>  <BLOCKQUOTE>make install-pear<BR></BLOCKQUOTE>  <BLOCKQUOTE><BR></BLOCKQUOTE>  <BLOCKQUOTE>and PEAR will be automatically configured for you.<BR></BLOCKQUOTE>  <BLOCKQUOTE><BR></BLOCKQUOTE>  <BLOCKQUOTE>go-pear<BR></BLOCKQUOTE>  <BLOCKQUOTE>=======<BR></BLOCKQUOTE>  <BLOCKQUOTE>For users who cannot perform the above steps, or who wish to obtain the<BR></BLOCKQUOTE>  <BLOCKQUOTE>latest PEAR with a slightly higher risk of failure, use go-pear. &nbsp;go-pear<BR></BLOCKQUOTE>  <BLOCKQUOTE>is obtained by downloading <A href="http://go-pear.org/">http://go-pear.org</A> and saving it as go-pear.php.<BR></BLOCKQUOTE>  <BLOCKQUOTE>After downloading, simply run "php go-pear.php" or open it in a web browser<BR></BLOCKQUOTE>  <BLOCKQUOTE>(windows only) to download and install PEAR.<BR></BLOCKQUOTE>  <DIV><BR></DIV>  <DIV>Seems like you could use the system php to perform the second operation.&nbsp;</DIV> 
 <DIV>-- <BR>Paul Beard / <A href="http://www.paulbeard.org/">www.paulbeard.org/</A><BR>&lt;<A href="http://paulbeard@gmail.com/paulbeard@gmail.com">paulbeard@gmail.com/paulbeard@gmail.com</A>&gt; </DIV></DIV></BLOCKQUOTE><BR><p>&#32;



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