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Date:      Wed, 20 May 2015 20:38:40 -0700
From:      Jeffry Killen <jekillen@prodigy.net>
To:        freebsd-questions@freebsd.org
Subject:   from ports Apache install missing options
Message-ID:  <ECE6543F-2E30-4104-8142-D3C797A2A96A@prodigy.net>

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I just installed apache22 and was not given an option to include  
support for php
There is no evidence in the httpd.conf file that there is any support  
for it.

I deinstalled apache22 and made and installed apache24. Same story.
I don't see a port the expressly include support for any such  
extension with
apache.

At the very start of the make stage, a long list of options is  
presented but
no mention of mod_perl, mod_python, mod_php5, nor any ruby related  
modules

Is there a way to do this from ports with a ./configure script? Or,  
what is the
alternative?

Just prior I went through the trouble of building and installing php  
with a
bunch of extensions. This is intended to be used with apache.

I could just abandon ports and do a manual build of apache  myself I  
suppose.

I've done that without memorable trouble on at least 4 machines with  
FreeBSD 6.2
(about 8 or 9 years ago). But now I am getting hooked on using ports

Thanks for time attention and patience.
JK



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