Apache 2.2 with mod_php5.1.5 problem
000.fbsd at quip.cz
Mon Aug 28 18:51:56 UTC 2006
up at 3.am wrote:
> I just installed Apache/2.2.3 and php_5.1.5 (from ports) on a server
> that's going to replace much older versions of both. It works for the
> most part, except users with phpMyAdmin aren't. The following error is
> Fatal error: Call to undefined function preg_match() in
> on line 36
> I did a google on it, and found a recommendation to install
> /var/db/ports/php5-extensions. I attempted that, and the problems began:
> 1st attempt: got a nice color screen giving me checkbox options. I check
> everything I could worry about wanting some day, but if fails trying to
> install something for a calender extension. Ok, I figure I can do
> 2nd attempt: even after a "make clean" and a "make distclean" the port
> attempted to build it without giving me that screen, and it eventually
> stops with a complaint that php5 itself is already installed and asks me
> to deinstall and reinstall it. It also seems to think that an older
> version of php5 is installed (5.1.4 instead of 5.1.5), even though I had
> properly deinstalled the old one, cleaned, etc.
> Do I have to deinstall php_5.1.5 and all of the modules for it then
> install these extensions, THEN install php5 ??
pkg_info command will list installed packages and version.
If you want to change something in port configuration dialog (e.g.
php5-extensions), just run `make config` in port directory or remove old
configuration by `make rmconfig`. Then make install clean and you have
what you want (or better use portinstall / protupgrade commands [from
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