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Php 5.2.3

Discussion in 'General Discussion' started by Mysteerie, Jun 5, 2007.

  1. Mysteerie

    Mysteerie Well-Known Member

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    Is now in Apache Update. Anyone running it without problems with phpSuexec?
     
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    Not running it at all, PHP5 won't compile on any of our machines. The latest 4 distribution seems to work.

    No errors either, system produces "Syntax OK"

    service httpd start

    Starts apache but it dies in instantly. No large log files

    Strange

    Might raise a ticket with Dan
     
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    I also tried compiling it without using easy apache, and I get an internal error on any PHP5 page. PHP 5.2.2 works fine though, but this may be an unrelated problem.
     
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    I thought it was due to the new way cgi was bieng compiled.
     
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    the php binary for cgi is now called php-cgi not just php ... caught me out when i upgraded the other day...had to edit suphp.conf and tell it the new binary name..now all is well http://pross.org.uk/info.php
     
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