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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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