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From jekillen <>
Subject [users@httpd] permissions on apxs
Date Sun, 01 Apr 2007 01:53:00 GMT
I am trying to install php with apache as a DSO
on FreeBSD v 6.2 . ./configure bails out complaining
about apxs permission denied. What could be the possible
The script is in /usr/local/sbin which has root ownership and
group wheel owner ship and is set executable and readable
by owner, group, other (rwxr-xr-x)
Owner ship of the php source dir and files are all root,wheel
I am doing this as root.
Any other possibilities?
I did supply Apache ./configure --with-perl=/usr/bin -- etc....
should I have done --with-perl=/usr/bin/perl ?
I have not checked root path.. I will do that now.... It is in the root 
But I had to log out and back in for it to take effect.
I redid ./configure <with options> and got the rest of the
configure  error message. It looks like I do have to add perl to the
end of the line -with-perl=/usr/bin/perl
One other question:
I tried putting all the configure options in a file and reading the
file into .configure with file redirect, I.E.
./configure < config_file.txt   for Apache
but it did not seem to work. Is this typical for configure scripts
or is something wrong?
It is sure better to do it that way so I do not have to retype the
whole sting of options every time I want to do something differently.
Thank in advance
Jeff K

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