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 portupgrade non-interactive configuration
Author: Michael Steele 
Date:   14-08-02 09:15

Take a look at configure.php. There are two environment variables you can set. BATCH and PHP4_OPTIONS. Look for this when you have interactive menus. Applys to mod_php3 also.

You can skip the PHP4_OPTIONS (look in configure.php) and it will set zlib and MySQL for you.

For example:
export BATCH=1
portupgrade -v mod_php4

Enjoy!

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 Re: portupgrade non-interactive configuration
Author: Neafevoc 
Date:   26-01-03 22:51

Exactly how do you set PHP4_OPTIONS? Do they need to be in quotes? Escaped quotes? Or just list them using a space to seperate each option?

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