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Old 05-22-2002, 10:26 AM   #1
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mod_php for apache in Redhat

Hello all,

I have a simple problem. I would like to install mod_php to my Apache in my Redhat 7.2 pc. I use to try and find the rpm for the job.
I use key word: PHP and it finds the basic php packet. If I use the key word: mod_php it founds only very old mod_php packet for redhat 7.

My real question is: Is the mod_php called something else in Redhat or where can I find an up to date mod_php module for Redhat linux?
Old 05-24-2002, 01:39 AM   #2
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i would go to, download php4.2.0.tar.gz, extract that and then ./configure --with-apache=path/to/apache. this will create a php_module '' or similar right in the correct position. just follow the install instructions. you have to add 2 lines to your httpd.conf to get it running.
good luck


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