I read a thread (quite old) on which you said that you are running php4
with apache2 on a woody with no problem.
I am curious to know how you installed them.
apache2 is now on backports so I use an apt-get install,
but when doing the same for php4, it required to install the
apache-common package which I am affraid will conflict with the
apache2-common already installed. I abort it.
I know I could compile it myself and that is the purpose of this email
: could you advise me on doing this?
When I first wanted to install apache2, I compiled it, but then I
realised that the process of installation would have been different
with apt-get as the configuration files for example are not located at
the same location. I did not really care at the begining but then I
realised that some other service working in conjunction with apache
would actually expect to find certain files in certain location and
then compiling apache2 was not a good idea.
That is why I wonder what to do with php4,
Thanks for your time.
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