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Old 23rd November 2004, 12:37 PM
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Installation of PHP

I just got a fresh install of fedora core 3 and i installed apache and php 4 with it. I need to install php5 now, but i have the problem that to compile it as a module i need to give it the locaiton of apxs, which i can't find. Is apxs on my system? do i have to reinstall apache as well? or is there a way of getting php to install as a module without using apxs?

Any help would be appreciated
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Old 23rd November 2004, 03:29 PM
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you need to have installed Apache first, which if it was installed with FC3, then you have no troubles. But now you have to point to where Apache is holding the apxs file, usually in the (path to apache)/bin folder.

Here is a great guide to installing php, straight from the PHP guys themselves:


hope that helps.
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Old 23rd November 2004, 04:39 PM
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Apxs binary is generally provided with the httpd-devel package.
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