run php from crontab
corwin at aeternal.net
Thu Oct 6 16:03:11 PDT 2005
On Fri, Oct 07, 2005 at 12:47:19AM +0200 or thereabouts, Janko Harej wrote:
> I would like to set crontab for executing php script. I've set up
> apache 1.3 with mod_php and mysql and egroupware. All works fine. The
> problem is that I can not find php on my disk. I've tried to install
> php4 package but the sistem tells me, that there is already mod_php
> Can anybody help me? How can I set something like
> /5 * * * * apache /usr/bin/php -q
> /var/www/html/phpgwapi/cron/asyncservices.php default
> in my cron tab if I don't know where php preprocesor is. How can I
> figure out how apache is serving php pages?
You need to have lang/php4 port installed first, because it conflicts
with mod_php4*. Install www/mod_php4 after you have lang/php4
Also read pkg-message.mod in lang/php4 for instructions how to enable
php support in Apache. After then, go for lang/php4-extensions to
install whatever php module your heart desires.
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