apache / mod_ssl / mod_php4

Joey Mingrone mingrone at hotmail.com
Fri May 2 14:17:00 PDT 2003

..just a heads up.. depending on what you need, you may have to build the 
php module yourself.  When you build the port it gives you a slick menu 
asking which options you would like to include with the php build, but if 
you pick certain combinations you'll run into trouble (For example, I've 
found if I pick zlib, DOMXML, and gettext the configure will fail... gettext 
by itself is fine and zlib and DOMXML will also build fine by themselves.. 
something about the combination??).  I've also run into trouble with 
PostgreSQL and other combos.  The port will build fine but starting apache 
will give something like: "Cannot load /usr/local/apache/libexec/libphp4.so 
into server:
/usr/local/apache/libexec/libphp4.so: undefined symbol: 
pg_encoding_to_char".  Again PostgreSQL by itself worked fine...


>Is there any advantage to installing apache+mod_ssl from the ports?
>Can I simply use the packages installation and select
>  apache+mod_ssl 1.3.27 + 2.8.12
>and then select
>  mod_php4          ??
>is there any documentation describing how to do this reliably & effectively 
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