I would like to install php but I have already installed apache 2.0 some time ago and I don't really care about reinstalling the web server if I don't have to.
When I originally installed apache 2.0 on my Fedora 6 machine, I used the basic configure command "./configure --prefix=/usr/local/apache2"
So, it is my understanding that in order to run PHP, I need to enable DSO capability with the command ./configure -enable-so.
Like I said, I already have apache installed, so I go to the appropriate httpd directory and I run ./configure -enable-so.
It performs a bunch of checks, but I receive this output on the last line:
Configuring Apache Portable Runtime Utility library...
checking for APR-util... yes
configure: error: Cannot use an external APR-util with the bundled APR
Does anyone know what this is refering to?