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PHP5 and Apache 1.3 in Ubuntu - how?

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I am using the apache-perl webserver in Feisty (an Apache 1.3 with
mod_perl enabled), which works fine, but I cannot figure out how to
install php5 into this webserver as well.

Here's some stuff I have tried from the docs and googling:

sudo apt-get install php5
This seemed to only work for apache 2.

sudo apt-get install libapache-mod-php5
I saw a reference to this on google but it doesnt exist

sudo apache-modconf apache-perl enable php4
This does nothing as the module isnt even in the /usr/lib/apache/1.3
directory
The ubuntu guide doesnt even really cover this - its all apache2-
centric.

Oct 1 '07 #1
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br**********@hotmail.com wrote:
I am using the apache-perl webserver in Feisty (an Apache 1.3 with
mod_perl enabled), which works fine, but I cannot figure out how to
install php5 into this webserver as well.

Here's some stuff I have tried from the docs and googling:

sudo apt-get install php5
This seemed to only work for apache 2.

sudo apt-get install libapache-mod-php5
I saw a reference to this on google but it doesnt exist

sudo apache-modconf apache-perl enable php4
This does nothing as the module isnt even in the /usr/lib/apache/1.3
directory
The ubuntu guide doesnt even really cover this - its all apache2-
centric.
What's wrong with Apache2 if it makes your installation easier?

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Brendan Gillatt
brendan {at} brendangillatt {dot} co {dot} uk
http://www.brendangillatt.co.uk
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Oct 1 '07 #2

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What's wrong with Apache2 if it makes your installation easier?

The same reason alot of people use Apache 1.3 - legacy production
webfarms.
(this is a workstation install but I need to mirror the production
environment)

Oct 4 '07 #3

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ch**************@gmail.com wrote:
>What's wrong with Apache2 if it makes your installation easier?

The same reason alot of people use Apache 1.3 - legacy production
webfarms.
(this is a workstation install but I need to mirror the production
environment)
Oh, sorry - I (wrongly) assumed you were just setting up a simple local
server.

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Brendan Gillatt
brendan {at} brendangillatt {dot} co {dot} uk
http://www.brendangillatt.co.uk
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