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Is there a way for me to download a PHP interpreter for Linux that I can paste into /usr/bin/ since my installation used the shared object module version? I want to run PHP 'shell scripts' and I don't have a PHP interpreter! What's the best way to do this? I assume it would need to use the already installed php.ini file also, wouldn't it... Any help? Thanks heaps in advance, Nicko....

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    Default [Slightly OT] Is there a way?

    Is there a way for me to download a PHP interpreter for Linux that I can
    paste into /usr/bin/ since my installation used the shared object module
    version?

    I want to run PHP 'shell scripts' and I don't have a PHP interpreter!

    What's the best way to do this? I assume it would need to use the already
    installed php.ini file also, wouldn't it... Any help?

    Thanks heaps in advance,
    Nicko.


    e n | c k m a Guest

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    Default Re: [Slightly OT] Is there a way?

    e n | c k m a <bobmarley.com> wrote:
    > Is there a way for me to download a PHP interpreter for Linux that I can
    > paste into /usr/bin/ since my installation used the shared object module
    > version?
    Yes, but most distributions already have a php cgi/cli package. Have you
    looked for that? eg Debian:

    $ dpkg -l 'php4*cgi*'
    Desired=Unknown/Install/Remove/Purge/Hold
    | Status=Not/Installed/Config-files/Unpacked/Failed-config/Half-installed
    |/ Err?=(none)/Hold/Reinst-required/X=both-problems (Status,Err: uppercase=bad)
    ||/ Name Version Description
    +++-==============-==============-============================================
    ii php4-cgi 4.3.3-3 A server-side, HTML-embedded scripting langu
    un php4-cgi-curl <none> (no description available)
    un php4-cgi-domxm <none> (no description available)
    un php4-cgi-gd <none> (no description available)
    un php4-cgi-imap <none> (no description available)
    un php4-cgi-ldap <none> (no description available)
    un php4-cgi-mcryp <none> (no description available)
    un php4-cgi-mhash <none> (no description available)
    un php4-cgi-mysql <none> (no description available)
    un php4-cgi-pgsql <none> (no description available)
    un php4-cgi-snmp <none> (no description available)
    un php4-cgi-xml <none> (no description available)
    > I want to run PHP 'shell scripts' and I don't have a PHP interpreter!
    >
    > What's the best way to do this?
    Search your distribution packages or ask a (trusted) person to do a
    (static) compile for you.
    > I assume it would need to use the already installed php.ini file also,
    > wouldn't it... Any help?
    It doesn't have to, it's up to you.

    --

    Daniel Tryba

    Daniel Tryba Guest

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