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Old 5th February 2011
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Default I'm sorry ... (apache2, php5, pstgresql, openbsd 4.8)

I want to install apache2. It was easy through the port ... But, I try to install php5 the same way. Lot of reading latter, I've construct my exact php5's flavor

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env FLAVOR="--with-pear --with-pgsql --enable-zip --with-pdo-pgsql --with-mcrypt --enable-mbstring --with-gmp --with-gd --with-bz2 --with-apxs2=/usr/local/sbin/apxs2" sudo make && sudo make install
All is good, except that it won't compile after some error. The first one is :

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install -c -o root -g bin -m 444 /usr/ports/pobj/php-5.2.13/php-5.2.13/modules/bz2.so /usr/ports/pobj/php-5.2.13/fake-amd64/var/apache2/lib/php/modules/bz2.so
install: /usr/ports/pobj/php-5.2.13/php-5.2.13/modules/bz2.so: No such file or directory
*** Error code 71"
why he haven't bz2.so if my flavor contain "--with-bz2" ? I'm lost after some day to search a solution on the web.

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See:
ports(7) FLAVORS

The FLAVOR variable is not designed to contain configure options...it's designed to flag (possibly multiple) options in make to turn on and turn off groups of configure options. I'm surprised your method even works, to be honest.

What does "make show=FLAVORS" give you? I'm seeing a bunch of options to turn OFF features, but none to turn on features, suggesting that the default flavor is probably what you want (unless you decide to turn off a ton of features you don't need).

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Don't build ports, you didn't even read up on the subject before trying.

Just use packages, they're built so people don't make silly mistakes like this.
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So, do you can give me a packages with apache2+php5 (with gmp,bz2, pear, pgsql, zip, pdo-pgsql, mcrypt, mbstring, gd, openssl ...)(for apache2, and not 1.3).
I've followed this : http://www.procyonlabs.com/guides/openbsd/apache_php_ssl_db/index.php but if you can give me another way, I'll try it ...
BSDfan666 : why port exist if I can't use it ? If it's "silly" mistake, tell me why openbsd faq speak about that "silly" way !
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I've say that I've made : "env FLAVOR="--with-pear --with-pgsql --enable-zip --with-pdo-pgsql --with-mcrypt --enable-mbstring --with-gmp --with-gd --with-bz2 --with-apxs2=/usr/local/sbin/apxs2 no_x11" sudo make install" but I've followed strictly the http://www.procyonlabs.com/guides/openbsd/apache_php_ssl_db/index.php's "tuto" (all te text in FLAVOR is, in reality, in CONFIGURE_ARGS into the Makefile.inc, in the extensions/Makefile and in core/Makefile)
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Originally Posted by http://www.procyonlabs.com/guides/openbsd/apache_php_ssl_db/index.php
env FLAVORS="no_x11 no_snmp" make install

This is just an example. Type make show=FLAVORS to view all possibilities.
Those don't look like configure options to me...

You aren't understanding how the port builds...it builds php5 core, and it builds all of the extensions as separate packages that you can install one-by-one as needed. Using "no_<extention_name>"in FLAVOR just tells it to not build that extension, so it's harmless to build them all.

In other words, DO NOT use "--with-blah-blah" in FLAVORS. Those are options that you would pass to *configure*, whereas FLAVORS is a ports variable.

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BSDfan666 : why port exist if I can't use it ? If it's "silly" mistake, tell me why openbsd faq speak about that "silly" way !
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Originally Posted by http://www.openbsd.org/faq/faq15.html#Ports
IMPORTANT NOTE: The ports tree is meant for advanced users. Everyone is encouraged to use the pre-compiled binary packages. Do NOT ask beginner questions on the mailing lists like "How can I get the ports tree working?". If you have questions about the ports tree, it is assumed that you have read the manual pages and this FAQ, and that you are able to work with it.
Edit: Packages of php5 ***and all extensions*** are available. You can get the same effect (much faster) with "pkg_add php5-core php5-bz2 php5-gmp etc..."

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I've make mistakes... it's in CONFIGURE_ARGS (in the 3 makefile located in /usr/ports/www/php5, Makefile.inc, core/Makefile and extensions/Makefile).
And "pkg_add" will install all I need but for apache 1.3.
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... why port exist if I can't use it ? If it's "silly" mistake, tell me why openbsd faq speak about that "silly" way !
I'll answer this, starting with FAQ 15, highlight in red mine:
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IMPORTANT NOTE: The ports tree is meant for advanced users. Everyone is encouraged to use the pre-compiled binary packages.
Since the ports tree produces the exact same binary as what is packaged, the value of producing packages from the ports tree is limited to those instances where:
  1. A specific FLAVOR is not available as a package
  2. A package cannot be distributed due to license restrictions
  3. A -current user requires a synchronized package.
Yes, there are other values to having the tree available. But none other for package production.

Now, back to the FAQ, which points us to ports(7) for flavor discussion. That man page says:
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FLAVORS
The OpenBSD ports tree comes with a mechanism called FLAVORS. Thanks to
this mechanism, users can select specific options provided by a given
port.

If a port is "flavored", there should be a terse description of available
flavors in the pkg/DESCR file.
Flavors are pre-set configurations produced by the ports maintainer. If they exist at all for any port, they are limited to what is provisioned by the port's Makefile.

Of course, anyone can build whatever they want. In this case, you have the sources to php and apache2, so you can add or remove any options to any build as you like. But ...

Don't expect your custom software to work. And if it fails to work, don't expect other users to try to support it. The ports have particular flavors....when they have them at all...for a reason.
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I've say that I've made : "env FLAVOR="--with-pear --with-pgsql --enable-zip --with-pdo-pgsql --with-mcrypt --enable-mbstring --with-gmp --with-gd --with-bz2 --with-apxs2=/usr/local/sbin/apxs2 no_x11" sudo make install" but I've followed strictly the http://www.procyonlabs.com/guides/openbsd/apache_php_ssl_db/index.php's "tuto" (all te text in FLAVOR is, in reality, in CONFIGURE_ARGS into the Makefile.inc, in the extensions/Makefile and in core/Makefile)
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I've say that I've made : "env FLAVOR="--with-pear --with-pgsql --enable-zip --with-pdo-pgsql --with-mcrypt --enable-mbstring --with-gmp --with-gd --with-bz2 --with-apxs2=/usr/local/sbin/apxs2 no_x11" sudo make install" but I've followed strictly the http://www.procyonlabs.com/guides/op...ndex.php's "tuto" (all te text in FLAVOR is, in reality, in CONFIGURE_ARGS into the Makefile.inc, in the extensions/Makefile and in core/Makefile)
If I understand you correctly, you're saying that you edited CONFIGURE_ARGS and did NOT use FLAVOR?

Or did you do both? Or just FLAVOR?

I ask, because no where on that link does it say to put --enable-<blah,blah> in FLAVOR...and doing so has no effect on the end result because it is not intended to be used that way. Test it:


Code:
root@SkyNet:/usr/ports/www/php5# make clean
===> www/php5/core
===>  Cleaning for php5-core-5.2.13
===> www/php5/extensions
===>  Cleaning for php5-extensions-5.2.13
===> www/php5/extensions,no_x11
===>  Cleaning for php5-extensions-5.2.13
root@SkyNet:/usr/ports/www/php5# make 2>&1 | /usr/ports/infrastructure/build/portslogger . 
<snip output>
root@SkyNet:/usr/ports/www/php5# mv php5-core-5.2.13.log php5-core-5.2.13_NOFLAVOR.log
root@SkyNet:/usr/ports/www/php5# make clean
===> www/php5/core
===>  Cleaning for php5-core-5.2.13
===> www/php5/extensions
===>  Cleaning for php5-extensions-5.2.13
===> www/php5/extensions,no_x11
===>  Cleaning for php5-extensions-5.2.13
root@SkyNet:/usr/ports/www/php5# env FLAVOR="--with-bz2" make 2>&1 | /usr/ports/infrastructure/build/portslogger . 
<snip output>
root@SkyNet:/usr/ports/www/php5# mv php5-core-5.2.13.log php5-core-5.2.13_WITHFLAVOR.log
root@SkyNet:/usr/ports/www/php5# grep -i bz php5-core-5.2.13_*                                                                                              
php5-core-5.2.13_NOFLAVOR.log:checking for BZip2 support... no
php5-core-5.2.13_WITHFLAVOR.log:checking for BZip2 support... no
Now let's edit the CONFIGURE_ARGS in core/Makefile and add --with-bz2:

Code:
root@SkyNet:/usr/ports/www/php5# vi core/Makefile
root@SkyNet:/usr/ports/www/php5# make clean
===> www/php5/core
===>  Cleaning for php5-core-5.2.13
===> www/php5/extensions
===>  Cleaning for php5-extensions-5.2.13
===> www/php5/extensions,no_x11
===>  Cleaning for php5-extensions-5.2.13
root@SkyNet:/usr/ports/www/php5# make 2>&1 | /usr/ports/infrastructure/build/portslogger . 
<snip output>
root@SkyNet:/usr/ports/www/php5# grep -i bz php5-core-5.2.13*                              
php5-core-5.2.13.log:checking for BZip2 support... yes
php5-core-5.2.13.log:checking for BZip2 in default path... found in /usr/local
php5-core-5.2.13.log:checking for BZ2_bzerror in -lbz2... yes
php5-core-5.2.13_NOFLAVOR.log:checking for BZip2 support... no
php5-core-5.2.13_WITHFLAVOR.log:checking for BZip2 support... no
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I understand, I've only modified CONFIGURE_ARGS in Makefile. my FLAVOR don't do anything at all, I'm sad ...
But I've make : "make 2>&1 | /usr/ports/infrastructure/build/portslogger ." to see. And I've only 3 line on my screen ("===> www/php5/core"+"===> www/php5/extensions"+"===> www/php5/extensions,no_x11"). and log isn't stored in "php5-core-5.2.13*" but in "default.log" (and only 5 line in this file, the last output + date output at beginning and end).
Thanks for your appreciated help !

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they aren't avalaible for apache2 ...
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Perhaps you haven't seen this, perhaps you have. It's a thread from the ports@ mailing list, circa 2009. AFAICT, this was never finished, but it may be of some assistance:

http://marc.info/?l=openbsd-ports&m=126154333804505&w=2
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Default no, i haven't seen this before ...

I don't know that php5 has an apache2 flavor ! I'll try with it,.. But, now, in makefile, there's no apache2 flavor ...
Anyway, I've tried this (env="apache2" sudo make), near the end they are some warning but "sudo make install" end with error message saying that they don't find bz2.so (like without this flavor). Note that I've modified my port tree (the php5's part)

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It doesn't have this capability. In that thread was the genesis of a solution....an incomplete development, only.
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