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On Sun, 31 Aug 2003 18:36:09 +0000, Fred wrote: > You can currently do all of this through RPMs if you wish. PHP 4.3.2, > MySQL 4.01, and php-MySQL wrappers are all available through RPMs and > will work with the stock installation of Apache on RH9. Yeah but will I have to specify some options (folders and file locations), or will have to configure some files manually? I am kinda lazy, you know, and if there are facilities out there who'll help me with all this drudgery, I am willing to try that!...

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    On Sun, 31 Aug 2003 18:36:09 +0000, Fred wrote:
    > You can currently do all of this through RPMs if you wish. PHP 4.3.2,
    > MySQL 4.01, and php-MySQL wrappers are all available through RPMs and
    > will work with the stock installation of Apache on RH9.
    Yeah but will I have to specify some options (folders and file locations),
    or will have to configure some files manually? I am kinda lazy, you know,
    and if there are facilities out there who'll help me with all this
    drudgery, I am willing to try that!
    Don Graffiti Guest

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    "Don Graffiti" <graffitiNOSPAMNOSPAM> wrote in message
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    > On Sun, 31 Aug 2003 18:36:09 +0000, Fred wrote:
    >
    > > You can currently do all of this through RPMs if you wish. PHP 4.3.2,
    > > MySQL 4.01, and php-MySQL wrappers are all available through RPMs and
    > > will work with the stock installation of Apache on RH9.
    >
    > Yeah but will I have to specify some options (folders and file locations),
    > or will have to configure some files manually? I am kinda lazy, you know,
    > and if there are facilities out there who'll help me with all this
    > drudgery, I am willing to try that!

    If I recall, I did once install a RedHat 9.x from the RPM directly (I think
    in the installation
    itself), set up everything for you, except perhaps the MySQL service itself,
    I have to

    mv K58mysql S58mysql

    in /rc.d/rcd.5

    I'm pretty sure it was all automatic apart from that (even if I had to do
    that).
    I usually don't install the stock versions, but install my the builds from
    the
    dl'd from the net.

    I do remember one time on an older RH, I think maybe a 7.2 then installation
    did not work, the server refused to start, and I had to run mysql_install_db
    and
    chown/etc the directories, but I had that problem only once, and never in an
    8.x or
    9.x distro.

    Thanks
    Mark
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    Mark Hewitt Guest

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    On Mon, 01 Sep 2003 08:46:00 +0200, Mark Hewitt wrote:

    >
    > I'm pretty sure it was all automatic apart from that (even if I had to do
    > that).
    > I usually don't install the stock versions, but install my the builds from
    > the
    > dl'd from the net.
    I use RedHat 9. I install all the WebServer stuff on redhat's default
    package manager. Yet the httpd server is not working. I tried to do it
    manually by httpd start, didn't work. Then I edited the httpd.conf file
    (ServerName section), didn't work. I tried to get a GUI frontend that
    would to the editing for me, didn't work.

    This doesn't look like a good automation to me. I think the guys at redhat
    should work harder.

    Don Graffiti Guest

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