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From "Joshua Slive" <>
Subject Re: [users@httpd] can php module be compiled like this
Date Tue, 15 Aug 2006 02:28:35 GMT
On 8/14/06, g xy <> wrote:
> Hi,All
>      I now meet a very difficult envirenment. I have a apache http server
> running which was originally compiled without DSO support, now I want to
> substitute the php module to let it include new version of mysql client. How
> should I do ? can I compile it with another apxs and then copy the installed
> php to my apache server and then modify the httpd.conf to load new module? I
> tried this way and when I tried to start apache, it says can't load
> what else should I do ? can anyone help me? Thanks!

If your apache httpd was not originally compiled with mod_so included,
then there is no way to load dso modules.  You will need to recompile
apache httpd, either to add mod_so, or to simply change your php


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