FreeBSD9 + PHP

Dick Hoogendijk dick at
Tue Jan 10 16:01:24 UTC 2012

Op 10-1-2012 15:30, Damien Fleuriot schreef:
> On 1/10/12 11:11 AM, Dick Hoogendijk wrote:
>> Op 9-1-2012 21:06, Chuck Swiger schreef:
>>> On Jan 9, 2012, at 12:02 PM, alexus wrote:
>>>> there is no way to make it like that? so it has to be build via ports?
>>> The PHP maintainer decides the default options, which is what the
>>> precompiled package you got used.  While many people want PHP in the
>>> form of an Apache module, other folks use it via fastcgi and so forth...
>> Yes that might be so. But it's far better to *have* this module and
>> disable it in Apache than not have it at all and for that reason only
>> *buiild* apache from ports in stead of using a package.
> Yeah, no thank you.
> What about those people that don't even *use* apache and want to install
> PHP ?
> We get stuck with a useless module ?
> Really, *no thank you*
Wow, that really IS bad.. considering the price of drivespace.. No it 
really is much better to *force* everyone who wants to run apache/PHP to 
*build* from source. No pkgadd for those guys..

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