FreeBSD9 + PHP

Dick Hoogendijk dick at
Tue Jan 10 11:02:42 UTC 2012

Op 9-1-2012 21:02, alexus schreef:
> there is no way to make it like that? so it has to be build via ports?
> On Mon, Jan 9, 2012 at 3:02 PM, Peter<fbsdq at>  wrote:
>>> I created a jail and within a jail I did
>>> pkg_add -r apache22
>>> pkg_add -r php5
>>> now I have apache and php, but whenever I'm trying to hit phpinfo.php,
>>> I see source code... I dont think php5 added inside of apache22
>>> --
>> I don't think the package has the apache module by default:
>> pkbsd:#pwd
>> /usr/ports/lang/php5
>> pkbsd:#make config
>> [ ] APACHE     Build Apache module
>> That is unchecked. You'll have to select that and build the port.
>> ...Or you can use the CGI version which is included in the package:
>> [*] CGI        Build CGI version
Yes there is no other way. Personally I find this unchecking rather 
weird. To me apache/PHP are a happily married couple. It makes building 
a webserver on packages only *not* possible and that's stupid imo.

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