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Re: [seul-edu] apache + php + mysql
For information on how to install PHP with MYSQL and Apache, goto:
Duncan C. Kinder
----- Original Message -----
From: Ramin Miraftabi <firstname.lastname@example.org>
Sent: Tuesday, October 26, 1999 12:41 PM
Subject: Re: [seul-edu] apache + php + mysql
> I've done things quite differently, I'll note my differences...
> First of all, I've gotten Apache + PHP + MySQL to work well with
> RPM's also, presently I have MySQL from RPM's and the rest from
> compiled source (because I need to use some propietary module's to Apache,
> Hush Hush NDAs...)
> * Michael A Hamblin (email@example.com) :%y12Tue, Oct 26, 1999
at 03:48:49PM -0500]:
> > Here are the instructions for those of you who might find them valuable,
> > though in a raw form. The major assumption is that you are using a
> > system. This doesn't go through configuring virtual hosts and mysql
> > tables, but it does get things working.
> The way I do things doesn't require a RedHat system, even though that's
> what I have...
> > Apache+MySQL+PHP Installation Instructions
> > 1. Remove any Redhat installed rpm's for apache or mod_php or mod_php3.
> I agree, you might want to keep the /etc/rc.d/init.d/httpd and modify
> it for automatic startup and all...
> > 2. Untar source distributions for the lastest versions of apache, mysql
and php in /usr/local/src
> Or whereever (I compile as myself and make install as root...)
> > 3. Install MySQL. Run the following from the MySQL source directory:
> > ./configure --prefix=/usr/local/mysql
> > make
> > make install
> > cd /usr/local/mysql
> > ./bin/mysql_install_db
> > ./bin/safe_mysqld &
> > cp share/mysql/mysql.server /etc/rc.d/init.d
> > Arrange for /etc/rc.d/init.d/mysql.server to start at system startup.
> > Change the root password for mysql by using mysqladmin in bin.
> > 4. Install PHP. Run the following from the PHP source directory:
./configure --with-mysql=/usr/local/mysql --with-zlib --enable-debug=no
\ --enable-safe-mode=yes --with-exec-dir=/usr/bin --enable-track-vars=yes \
> --enable-bcmath=yes --enable-force-cgi-redirect=yes --enable-discard-path=
yes \ --enable-memory-limit=yes
> Hmm... If you follow PHP's INSTALL, it says to first configure apache...
> So (we are in /usr/local/src):
> cd apache-1.3.9/
> ./configure # Yes, with the default options for now.
> cd ../php-3.0.12
> ./configure --with-mysql --with-apache=../apache_1.3.9 --enable-track-vars
> make && make install
> cp php3.ini-dist /usr/local/lib/php3.ini
> cd ../apache-1.3.9/
> ./configure --activate-module=src/modules/php3/libphp3.a
> make && make install
> This will install into /usr/local/apache...
> Now edit Apache's configuration (in /usr/local/apache/conf/httpd.conf).
> REMEMBER to modify (if necessary)
> - the server Port
> - the ServerName
> - the server admin
> - the document root (for example, you can change it to
> - Add the line
> AddType application/x-httpd-php3 .php3
> - Add 'index.php3 index.htm' to the DirectoryIndex variable
> You do not need to copy the icons or cgi-bin directories to the document
> root, the aliases in Apache's config handle them.
> This way PHP is compiled only as a module, you can not run it on the
> command line.
> Basically pluggin mod_perl and mod_ssl to apache happens at the
> second configuration of apache, you just need to add a few more
> Michael's list of what he does had some good hints as well, try and see
> what you like best.
> I'll get back to you all with the mod_ssl stuff as soon as I redo it
> myself (running the server in ssl-mode by default requires some
> modifications to the startup scripts...)
> If needed, I can supply the help for VirtualHosts as well, we've
> hacked together a few with my friends...
> Ramin Miraftabi Student of Computer Science
> email: firstname.lastname@example.org University of Joensuu
> WWW: http://dawn.joensuu.fi/~ramin/ Joensuu, Finland
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