Re: Apache & php5, RHEL 4
- From: Robert Canary <rwcanary@xxxxxxxxxxxx>
- Date: Sat, 10 Feb 2007 16:16:21 -0600
Does this explain why my freshly built RHEL 4 will not update correctly. Whenever I use my RHN or up2date commandline, it always fails with unresolved dependancies. I thought the purpose of the RHN was to eleivate that situation when using RH original rpms.
But still it consistantly hangs PHP dependancy problems.
Alfred Hovdestad wrote:
Sorry I'm late to this discussion.
php-5 is in the beta channel for RHEL 4. You can subscribe to the betas channel and install it through up2date.
Alfred Hovdestad, RHCE
University of Saskatchewan
Matthew Saltzman wrote:On Thu, 8 Feb 2007 m.roth2006@xxxxxxx wrote:
So, now I've got to put up a wiki, and it's *only* PHP 5. I've been told I should build PHP 5. Fine, except that *everything* that I find googling just assumes that I've built apache 2.
Nope. It came pre-installed, presumably from binary rpms. Anyone have a link for the configure options I need, since httpd, etc, are all in /usr/sbin?
mark, slipping off the IE/Firefox endless redirect for a bit
CentOS Addons has PHP5 RPMS for CentOS4 (similar to RHEL4). If you don't
need PHP4 and 5 simultaneously, that's the way I'd go.
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