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Old 08-06-2009, 02:46 AM   #1
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PHP configuration..

Hi friends...

I want to run php4 and php5 (one as cgi and one as module)...what configuration I should use for apache and what should I use for php?
Should I use this for apache?
./configure --prefix=/syed/apache --enable-so=/syed/apache

Should I use this for php5 (module)?
./configure --prefix=/path/name --with-apxs2=/apache/bin.....?
and what should I use for php4??
I m totally confused pls help


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