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 Apache with FP2000 + MySQL + PHP
Author: Eric Veraart 
Date:   09-03-00 20:59

Heya'll,

I bet this question was asked a billion times but I can't find the answer :(

How can I make Apache with MySQL, PHP and FrontPage 2000 extensions? Maybe even explained how I can put in Mod_SSL when I want (if I change my mind). Please a bit step by step because I'm kind of a newbie.

Is it also possible in virtual hosting to give one domain access to PHP and not to the other domain? Also nice for CGI (Perl), MySQL and FrontPage.

Thanx,
Eric

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 RE: Apache with FP2000 + MySQL + PHP
Author: Dan Langille 
Date:   09-03-00 23:27

Use the port. See:

<a href="http://www.freebsddiary.org/apache13-php3-fp-modssl.html">http://www.freebsddiary.org/apache13-php3-fp-modssl.html</a>

Actually, the above isn't an official port, but it's what I've been using. If you have trouble with the above, and you get an error on bison, try installing bison manually (/usr//ports/devel/bison)

btw: you could have found the above article by looking under:

<a href="http://www.freebsddiary.org/topics.php3#apache">http://www.freebsddiary.org/topics.php3#apache</a>

Good luck

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