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Date:      Mon, 9 Jul 2007 23:36:34 +0200
From:      <zbigniew@szalbot.homedns.org>
To:        Josh Paetzel <josh@tcbug.org>
Cc:        freebsd-questions@freebsd.org
Subject:   Re: php 4.3.10, manual installation
Message-ID:  <9a509dabff52cf4193d68c047ee8d127@szalbot.homedns.org>
In-Reply-To: <200707091240.24000.josh@tcbug.org>
References:  <200707091240.24000.josh@tcbug.org>

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Hello,

> I would take a look at cvsweb.freebsd.org and find out when PHP 4.3.10 
> was in ports, then roll back your ports tree to that date with cvsup 
> and install it from ports.
> 
> So in this case the commit that updated the port to 4.3.11 was on Mon 
> April 4 2005, so if you roll back the ports tree to April 1 you'll be 
> fine.
> 
> You'll need cvsup for this.
> 
> In your ports-supfile add the following line:
> 
> *default date=2005.04.01.00.00.00
> 
> If you have the current versions of gettext, libtool, m4, perl, and 
> expat installed you can simply roll back the lang directory with 
> cvsup, saving you from rolling back the entire tree by commenting out 
> ports-all, and uncommenting ports-base and ports-lang
> 
> Otherwise, if you want to install the versions of the dependancies 
> that were current at the time of php 4.3.10 you'll want to roll back 
> the entire tree.
> 
> After you run cvsup you can just portinstall it or 
> cd /usr/ports/lang/php4 && make install clean

All clear but when I go to install this particular version of PHP I am
(rightly) warned about its multiple known vulnerabilities. I read man
portinstall but don't think I have seen information how to temporarily
switch this security check off when installing a port.

Many thanks in advance!

Zbigniew Szalbot




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