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apache 2.0.54 compile


Hey,

i just got another dedicated server and it came with FC4 installed, with apache, php, etc... but when i look in the apache compile arguments it shows '--without-mysql' and '--without-gd', which are 2 things i need... how would i go about reconfiguring apache with these options as opposites?



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change the --without's to --with's



'--with-mysql' and '--with-gd'

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sorry for not explaining, yeah i knew that lol... i meant where can i run the ./configure ?

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download the php source from php.net

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ok, so im guessing from that i need to recompile it from scratch. when FC4 was installed it was an rpm obviously, so i thought ill remove it first... but how can i get round these...

Code:
[root@glooki4 ~]# rpm -e php
error: Failed dependencies:
        php = 5.0.4-10.4 is needed by (installed) php-ldap-5.0.4-10.4.i386
        php = 5.0.4-10.4 is needed by (installed) php-pear-5.0.4-10.4.i386
        php = 5.0.4-10.4 is needed by (installed) php-gd-5.0.4-10.4.i386
EDIT: do i have to remove those aswell, recompile, then install those again?

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rpm -e `rpm -qa | grep php`

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Just a word of advice...if you're asking for basic, technical support questions, it isn't a good idea to keep your web hosting business in your signature....

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