installing new packages from CD?
Date: 13 Nov 2003 16:54:51 -0800
Do I use yum to try and install packages from the 3-CD YD 3.0.1 install
I would love to get back to the graphical installer and adjust my
packages (I found I didn't install python or apache by default and would
like to add them as seamlessly as possible).
It's pretty trivial for me to add apache (due to the powerpc binaries available
on the apache mirrors) but it seems like I would have to compile stuff (which
I'm resisting a bit) in order to install python. So I'm betting the install
disks had the option - I'd like webmin too but I bet that'll take a compile.
Pointers most welcome.
- Re: Teaching standard init config...
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- Re: Do I need to recompile Apache 2 with apxs for PayPal?
... supposedly was Apache 2.0 specific!). ... There's no need to explicitly enable apxs. ... > apxs is just used to compile Apache modules, such as the Pay Pal one ... > you're trying to install. ...
- RE: Web Dav compile for apache 2
... distribution includes an apache per default. ... i would do an yum install httpd and hope ... every compile option that morron used is included. ...
- Re: problems upgrading Apache on Red Hat Enterprise
... The reason I was trying to compile the code is that I have no idea ... instructions I found were the ./configure, make, and make install ... Apache by compiling the code, then how do I go about upgrading ... didn't work as an RPM file, but I extracted the files from the apach ...
- Re: Why doesnt "make install" generate libphp5.so?
... I've compiled and installed apache as follows: ... compile and install PHP. ...