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Recompiling PHP with Lighthttpd

99m
I already have PHP4 and Apache running on my Ubuntu (Breezy version)
Linux system. It's for my web development. However, for special
rich-client idea I have, I wanted to compile a second PHP4 but this
time with Lighthttpd. Then, I want it to be self-contained in its own
directory and not touch any other directories on the workstation such
as /etc, /var, /usr, etc. I just want it all to go into a directory
such as ~/richclient and then fire up Lighthttpd in standalone mode in
order to get this working for a rich client application.

Anyone have experience with PHP compilation and especially with
Lighthttpd that might be able to show me how to pull this off? Please
reply here and explain the steps. Thanks.

Apr 26 '06 #1
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99m

99*@myway.com wrote:
I already have PHP4 and Apache running on my Ubuntu (Breezy version)
Linux system. It's for my web development. However, for special
rich-client idea I have, I wanted to compile a second PHP4 but this
time with Lighthttpd. Then, I want it to be self-contained in its own
directory and not touch any other directories on the workstation such
as /etc, /var, /usr, etc. I just want it all to go into a directory
such as ~/richclient and then fire up Lighthttpd in standalone mode in
order to get this working for a rich client application.

Anyone have experience with PHP compilation and especially with
Lighthttpd that might be able to show me how to pull this off? Please
reply here and explain the steps. Thanks.


I guess no one has done this before, then. I'm in the same boat.

Apr 26 '06 #2

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