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buildapache, phpSuExec, 'custom' php?

Discussion in 'EasyApache' started by shannon, Sep 21, 2003.

  1. shannon

    shannon Well-Known Member

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    Alright, heres the fun, we used to use buildapache's "Advanced" option, and play with the PHP modules a touch (ie: turn on some more)

    Now we're running buildapache with option... 2 I think it is (Webroot protect/phpsuexec).. now, I know this means php is no longer running as an Apache module (can I get a "yea less memory hoggin apache children!") but using the php executable... perfect.

    And I see that buildapache made me a new php executable. (Timestamp).. good.. now...
    Code:
    /usr/local/bin#php -m
    [PHP Modules]
    Zend Optimizer
    bcmath
    calendar
    ctype
    ftp
    mysql
    overload
    pcre
    posix
    session
    sockets
    standard
    tokenizer
    xml
    zlib
    
    [Zend Modules]
    Zend Extension Manager
    Zend Optimizer
    
    Segmentation fault
    /usr/local/bin#
    1) How do I get GD as one of those install modules? If I do "Advanced" in build apache, check GD and "PhpSuExec" will that do it? Or is there some other black magik voodoo ritual? :)

    2) What's with the Seg Fault at the end? Entirely possible that it's existed before, coudn't say, never needed to run php -m before today (when I noticed it acted like GD wasn't around)... php scripts are all running properly though.

    Anyway, any ideas on either of these, greatly appreciated. Hopefully I didn't leave anything out (been up approx 22 hours at this point, busy day/night).

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  2. mickeymouse

    mickeymouse Well-Known Member

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    RE: buildapache, phpSuExec,

    Dear shannon,

    In \"Advanced\" in build apache, checking GD and \"PhpSuExec\" will be sufficient to install GD.
    If you get Seg Fault, try running the following command:

    ulimit -n 16384;/scripts/restartsrv httpd

    Regards,
     

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