What can be very useful for ISPs and FreeBSD Ports is the following: -
A port that installs Apache-1.3.9 + Php3.0.12 + MySQL so after I install this
ports users can program in Php and QueryMySQL DB etc.
Or someway of upgrading to the above without having to deal with messing up the
virtual host settings etc.
Looking forward to your feedback.
On Fri, 10 Mar 2000, Jonathan & Charmane Frazier wrote:
> I am the author and there are no plans on incorporating it into the ports tree.
> I've fought the fight and lost. So because of that, I haven't updated it. If
> you all would like it updated, I am willing to do it, but the other Apache
> maintainers aren't going to allow it to be put into ports. I think mainly
> because it steps on their toes and make the other php3, ssl, and fp ports
> worthless. Maybe those of you who have used this port and wish to see it updated
> and used could send mail to email@example.com.
> J.C. Frazier
> Jon Rust wrote:
> > At 9:11 AM -0500 2/15/00, Jim Weeks wrote:
> > >There is a port based on apache 1.3.9 that includes fp, php, and ssl. You
> > >would be able to find the URL if the mail archives were not down. If you
> > >would be interested in building this port I have a tarball and would be glad
> > >to place it somewhere for retrieval if you would like. Just let me know.
> > >
> > Anyone know if there are plans to incorporate this, or one like it,
> > port into FreeBSD's ports? Or if the original port author plans on
> > updating it to apache 1.3.12 and php 3.0.15?
> > jon
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