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Old 18th July 2008
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Default compiling Apache 2.2.9 with php support on FreeBSD 7.0

I've got a standard FreeBSD 7.0-STABLE installation that I'm going to be setting up to run Apache 2.2.9. I have installed php 5.2.5 from ports, as well as MySQL 5.0, and things are going pretty good until I attempt to compile Apache manually using the --enable-so flag. For some reason this my configure returns "command not found."

When I installed php from ports I checked the box to create a module for apache and libphp5.so exists. I've enabled verbose debugging but nothing is showing up in /var/log/messages.

Has anyone run into this and can perhaps offer a solution?
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things are going pretty good until I attempt to compile Apache manually using the --enable-so flag. For some reason this my configure returns "command not found."
Why aren't you installing apache from ports? The port applies many fixes/patches.
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Hello I today I tried to get php5 working on apache22, I followed the instructions on http://www.freebsdmadeeasy.com/tutor...eb-hosting.php
but when I try everything with my browser, it does not display the .php files. A possible problem might be that there is no
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LoadModule php5_module libexec/apache22/libphp5.so
in httpd.conf. Anyhow the file libphp5.so never exists on my installations.

I just assume this is the problem, perhaps there is something else wrong.
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Did you compile lang/php5 with the WITH_APACHE option?

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A possible problem might be that there is no
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LoadModule php5_module libexec/apache22/libphp5.so
in httpd.conf.
Well, add those lines to httpd.conf then.
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There is no such file libphp5.so. I read elsewhere that some people installed php and did not get this file.

I followed the instructions on freebsdmade easy and chose apachwe in make config

I usually have all these weird problems, sometimes it has to do with that I use sudo when I run make. Perhaps enviroment/special thingy is not working correctly with sudo.

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@kasse, you've already got your answer here.

An example from my FBSD box:
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mrbig# cd /usr/ports/lang/php5 && make showconfig
===> The following configuration options are available for php5-5.2.6_2:
     CLI=off "Build CLI version"
     CGI=on "Build CGI version"
     APACHE=on "Build Apache module"
     DEBUG=off "Enable debug"
     SUHOSIN=off "Enable Suhosin protection system (not for jails)"
     MULTIBYTE=off "Enable zend multibyte support"
     IPV6=off "Enable ipv6 support"
     MAILHEAD=off "Enable mail header patch"
     REDIRECT=off "Enable force-cgi-redirect support (CGI only)"
     DISCARD=off "Enable discard-path support (CGI only)"
     FASTCGI=on "Enable fastcgi support (CGI only)"
     PATHINFO=on "Enable path-info-check support (CGI only)"
===> Use 'make config' to modify these settings

mrbig# locate libphp5.so
/usr/local/libexec/apache22/libphp5.so
OK?
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I dont really follow?
Code:
$ make showconfig
===> The following configuration options are available for php5-5.2.6_2:
     CLI=on "Build CLI version"
     CGI=on "Build CGI version"
     APACHE=on "Build Apache module"
     DEBUG=off "Enable debug"
     SUHOSIN=on "Enable Suhosin protection system (not for jails)"
     MULTIBYTE=off "Enable zend multibyte support"
     IPV6=on "Enable ipv6 support"
     MAILHEAD=off "Enable mail header patch"
     REDIRECT=off "Enable force-cgi-redirect support (CGI only)"
     DISCARD=off "Enable discard-path support (CGI only)"
     FASTCGI=on "Enable fastcgi support (CGI only)"
     PATHINFO=on "Enable path-info-check support (CGI only)"
===> Use 'make config' to modify these settings
$ locate libphp5.so

I know I do something wrong, but what do you refer to when you say that I already have my answer here?

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You missed part of the instructions you followed. You need to:

# cd /usr/ports/lang/php5 && make config

And select APACHE this time. Then rebuild the port and... off you go...
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No but I have selected apache in the make config. I must misunderstand what you are trying to say. from what I understand this shows up in my make showconfig
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I've got a standard FreeBSD 7.0-STABLE installation that I'm going to be setting up to run Apache 2.2.9. I have installed php 5.2.5 from ports, as well as MySQL 5.0, and things are going pretty good until I attempt to compile Apache manually using the --enable-so flag. For some reason this my configure returns "command not found."
The problem is that you are trying to combine ports and manually installed apps. Don't do that.

The simple method for getting PHP, MySQL, and Apache installed is to:
edit /etc/make.conf, by adding:
APACHE_VERSION=22
WITH_MYSQL_VER=50

That will set the dependencies for everything in the ports tree to use Apache 2.2.x and MySQL 5.0.x (the fastest version of MySQL on FreeBSD).

Then, it's a simple matter of:
cd /usr/ports/lang/php5
make install clean (be sure to select Apache module option)

cd /usr/ports/databases/php5-mysql
make install clean

Everything else will be done for you, including pulling in the MySQL server and Apache ports, as dependencies.

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When I installed php from ports I checked the box to create a module for apache and libphp5.so exists. I've enabled verbose debugging but nothing is showing up in /var/log/messages.

Has anyone run into this and can perhaps offer a solution?
Check the output of pkg_info, then use pkg_delete -ix <port> to delete everything related to mysql, php, and apache.

After that, try the install using the notes above.
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Hi

I just would like to add that its easier to use php5-extensions when installing most of the php extensions

Follow the same procedures as what the other people said
Code:
# cd /usr/ports/lang/php5-extensions/
# make config
select the extensions
Code:
# make install clean
This way it will automatically install all the extensions you've selected.
There is one golden rule, after installing your extensions and everything is working, make a backup copy of /usr/local/etc/php/extensions.ini, I've found that sometimes when updating php it messes with that file and stuff can break, all you then have to do is copy your old file over the new one, restart apache and your off.
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Ah, that's the port I was looking for. I knew there was one where you could just check off the ones you wanted. It's been many, many, many years since I installed PHP. Thanks for the update.
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