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mod_php.so is missing after "yum install php" in Fedora

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Hello,
I am using Fedora 7 Moonshine Linux with Apache installed.
I have installed PHP5 using command: yum install php. Then I configured
httpd adding module mod_php.so to httpd.conf (and other necessary
operations). The problem is that when I am trying to start Apache using
command: httpd -k start, I receive error of missing mod_php.so. To solve
the problem, I downloaded mod_php.2.0.1.-9.s390.rpm and executed
command: rpm -i mod_php.2.0.1.-9.s390.rpm. I received error of required
ld.so.1. So I downloaded ld.so.1.9.5-8.src.rpm and executed command: rpm
-i ld.so-1.9.5-8.src.rpm. Nothing happend because rpm -V
ld.so-1.9.5-8.src.rpm returns information that package is not installed.
I don't understand why.

I have a question: how to solve the problem of missing mod_php.so? Why
it was not installed with: yum install php? What to do?
Please help. Thanks in advance.
/RAM/
Jan 2 '08 #1
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