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I just manually compiled php 4.3.10 on a Fedora Core 2 (using Apache 2.0.51) with hopes that I could get pear to work. It hasn't helped though. I have everything I need compiled into php with the execption of pdflib. I planned to do this using pear, but when I try to run pear this is what I get:
[root@u15176694 root]# pear install pdflib
WARNING: running in safe mode requires that all files created be the same uid as the current script. PHP reports this script is uid: 0, and current user is: root
downloading pdflib-2.0.4.tgz ...
Starting to download pdflib-2.0.4.tgz (36,082 bytes)
..........done: 36,082 bytes
7 source files, building
Warning: putenv(): Safe Mode warning: Cannot set environment variable 'PATH' - it's not in the allowed list in Builder.php on line 201
sh: line 1: /usr/local/php/bin/phpize: No such file or directory
I have located two phpize binaries in /usr/bin/ and /usr/local/bin because I installed php manually and left it's default installation paths as is. I'd rather not overwrite any existing files from the default apache-php installation because I'm afraid I may break something with my plesk installation.