failed php4 install...can't figure this one out
itetcu at apropo.ro
Thu Apr 29 15:41:30 PDT 2004
On Thu, 29 Apr 2004 22:48:43 +0100
Dick Davies <rasputnik at hellooperator.net> wrote:
> Ion-Mihai Tetcu wrote:
> > On Thu, 29 Apr 2004 21:20:51 +0100
> > Dick Davies <rasputnik at hellooperator.net> wrote:
> >>You mean 'irrelevant'.
> > Thanks. English is not my native language and I've made a wrong
> > translation: "nerelevant", I've translated "ne" to "un"; sorry.
> No need to apologise. I only mentioned it - and the tone -
> because you were coming across as very abrupt, but I thought
> that might be a language thing.
Well, thank you again.
> > If it doesn't work for the OP then 99% either his is doing something
> > wrong or he has something wrong on his system. And I can not help
> > without seeing what is going on.
> Fair enough, then - maybe the OP wants to stick the port directory
> up on a webserver somewhere, so we can pick over the wreckage?
Yup, good idea.
> I assume he's got a webserver, and isn't planning to run php as a
> general scripting language (in which case I'll flame him myself <g>).
> >>Read it before.
> > I did, I like it.
> My fault, I should have written:
> "*I've* read it before, and didn't agree"
:-) - a matter of personal test, I believe.
> > And I thought that list is supposed to get people to FreeBSD :-)
> I just think sometimes people who are very new and uncertain about
> UNIX in general can get frightened off if they aren't given a
> break. They end up on a Mandrake list somewhere, and I wouldn't
> want that on my conscience :)
Me neither, I'll be more careful tone next time.
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