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Which to install first.

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ME
I need to get a web server up on FreeBSD and am just wondering what the
recommend order of install should be. Should I
A) Install PHP, MySQL, OpenSSL, then Apache or
B) Install Apache, PHP, MySQL, OpenSSL
or
C) some other order

Thanks

matt
Jul 17 '05 #1
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BDR
I believe the following will give the best results (eliminating
sequential dependency problems):

1. Apache
2. OpenSSL
3. MySql
4. Php

ME wrote:
I need to get a web server up on FreeBSD and am just wondering what the
recommend order of install should be. Should I
A) Install PHP, MySQL, OpenSSL, then Apache or
B) Install Apache, PHP, MySQL, OpenSSL
or
C) some other order

Thanks

matt


Jul 17 '05 #2

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In article <3q********************@comcast.com>,
"ME" <trash.trash@comcastdotnet> wrote:
I need to get a web server up on FreeBSD and am just wondering what the
recommend order of install should be. Should I
A) Install PHP, MySQL, OpenSSL, then Apache or
B) Install Apache, PHP, MySQL, OpenSSL
or
C) some other order

use ports, and install this order :
A) Default flavor : apache 1.3, mod_php4, mysql 3.23
0) OpenSSL (not compulsory, you can use the system one)
1) mod_php4 (it will install the dependancies : Apache/MySQL/...)

B) more suitable if you want non-default release :
0) OpenSSL (not compulsory, you can use the system one)
1) Apache : choose your flavor (1.3, 2, +ssl, ...)
2) MySQL : choose your flavor (3.23, 4.0, 4.1devel)
3) mod_php : flavor 4, 5 (3 is not a good option)

patpro
Jul 17 '05 #3

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