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Re: apache2/mod_php combination in pkgsrc

From: joe (joe1958@xxxxxxxxx)
Date: 18 Jan 2006 14:31:58 GMT

Damn ... trying to keep my usenet identities seperated ...

> Joe,

>Look for /usr/pkgsrc/www/ap-php.  That's the pkgsrc equivalent of
>mod_php.  Also your desired version of apache is located
>at /usr/pkgsrc/www/apache2.


The netbsd pkgsrc repository (ftp://ftp.netbsd.org/pub/NetBSD/packages/pkgsrc/)
defines ap-php as an apache 1.3 package thusly - "ap-php-4.4.1nb3: Apache (apache13)
module for PHP4". The naming convention for apache modules seems to follow ap- and ap2-  
apache and apache2 modules.  

There is a freebsd port for this rev of both products.  Maybe there is a fancy conversion 
tool to port the port?

Maybe this is the answer - "ap2-suphp-0.6.0: SuEXEC-like wrapper for PHP scripts"  Any 


>> I can't seem to find a pkgsrc combination for apache2(2.0.55)/mod_php.  Is it me or 
>> am I missing something.  I've been using the pre-built packages courtesy of this 
>> site. Is this a case of needing to build on my system rather than install a 
>> rebuilt?
>> http://chlamydia.fs.ei.tum.de/pub/DragonFly/packages/1.4.0-RELEASE/i386/
>> and I've also been to the netbsd pkgsrc site.  I'm drawing a blank.  Any pointers 
>> would be much appreciated.
>> Joe

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