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Old 14th June 2008
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I've got a system that's pretty old with FreeBSD 4.9 on it..

I think I've found a way to process remote directories which will require SSHFS put on.. but I was thinking due to how old it is etc. it's maybe easier to install some .tar.gz package that would be a ready to go Apache/PHP (don't need mysql)

I've got cvsup running now with the parameters.. RELENG_4_9; which I guess I'm not really sure what that's going to do or if sshfs will suddenly show up in ports/sysutils/ (it's at the moment deleting every single port.. I probally haven't run it in like 2-3, 4 years)

I would also prefer to run apache on a different port as I already have some old apache13 or 2 running on normal 80 through a cp.. (so I know if I find the config file easy etc. should be fairly simple)

So I was wondering if you guys could point out a easy apache/php untar distribution that has simple scripts for starting it up.. like ./start apache.sh

I'd like to do.. apache 2.0.61 and php5.2.6 if I can..or close too it..
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There's a nice walkthrough on BSD Guides about setting up FAMP:
http://www.bsdguides.org/guides/free..._php_mysql.php

You can ignore the mysql & ssl part, if you'd like.

I'm not so sure about your (unsupported) OS version. It is probably time for you to look at upgrading to 7.0.
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Last time I tried SSHFS, I did have a few problems with moving files off sshfs mounts that led me into using NFS instead. If you do use SSHFS, be sure to check the sshd_config manual for the ClientAliveInterval and ClientAliveCountMax settings.


You can view my setup notes and the problem that followed.
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