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Here I go replying to my own post, but I did finally get onto the
Gentoo-user list, so you can probably disregard this one.
----- Original Message -----
From: "Jayson Smith" <ratguy@...>
Sent: Saturday, December 09, 2006 7:58 PM
Subject: [gentoo-accessibility] Off-topic, PHP problem
> First, please excuse me for this completely off-topic message. For some
> reason I can't get on the gentoo-user list where this belongs, I sent a
> blank message to email@example.com and have not gotten a
> reply. If people want to reply, you are free to do it privately so as not
> to clog up this list! With that out of the way...
> I've been using PHP version 4. Last night during a normal
> "emerge -av --nospinner -u world" Mysql got updated to version 5, which
> messed up Apache, Postfix and Pure-ftpd. Actually Apache itself wasn't
> messed up, but Mod_PHP was since it couldn't load the Mysql library any
> more. It's clear to me that all I really need to do is recompile mod_php
> but there isn't an Ebuild for it any more! I also have not been able to
> find it available for download. I upgraded to PHP 5 by unmerging the
> existing mod_php then emerging php. This works as far as Apache2 is
> concerned, but not as far as a PHP form generator I use is concerned.
> form is a contact form for my website and isn't working properly under
> for some reason. So what I'm wondering is, if I download and reinstall
> PHP4, will that give me my Mod_php I need for Apache? I don't seem to be
> able to emerge PHP4, can't find ebuilds.
> Any help would be greatly appreciated, and once again, I'm sorry for the
> off-topic message!
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