[UPHPU] PHP Binary
fungus at aros.net
Tue Aug 16 10:25:45 MDT 2005
You don't need root access to install into your /home directory.
That is why you specify the --prefix=/home/username while running the
I suggest just building it from source. That will ensure that it has
all the features you need.
On Aug 16, 2005, at 9:43 AM, Jason Scherbel wrote:
> Sorry but I don't have root access so I can't do this type of
> install and I don't have a test machine yet. Do you know of
> anywhere I can download just the compiled binary (4.1.2)?
> Lonnie Olson wrote:
>> On Aug 11, 2005, at 2:36 PM, Jason Scherbel wrote:
>>> Dumb question. Is it possible to just download a standard PHP
>>> binary somewhere that I could stick in a /home directory and
>>> feed PHP scripts in to manually? If it is possible, I'm failing
>>> to find one.
>> It is possible, but only running as a CGI. But it already sounds
>> like that is what you are doing.
>> If you have shell access just download the sources and build it
>> using the --prefix=/home/username configure option. This will
>> install the binary into your home directory in /home/username/bin/
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