Freddy Freeloader wrote:
Hugo Vanwoerkom wrote:
Sid has dropped apache in favor of apache2.
Apache2 does not have php4 support, only php5.
But WordPress, in particular the Textile 2cb plugin, has a bug in it
using php5 that makes enumerated lists come out wrong.
I have the version of sid with apache + php4 on a mirror.
I want to install my system from scratch using the most recent sid
but stay with apache + php4 from my mirror.
How would I do that?
It's either that or change the plugin because it is no longer
supported by its author.
The wordpress package in Sid will work with php5. Here's the output
from "apt-cache show wordpress":
Maintainer: Andrea De Iacovo <email@example.com>
Depends: apache2 | httpd, virtual-mysql-client, libapache2-mod-php5 |
php5 | php5-cgi | libapache2-mod-php4 | php4 | php4-cgi, php5-mysql |
php4-mysql, libphp-phpmailer (>= 1.73-4), php5-gd | php4-gd,
libjs-prototype, libjs-scriptaculous, tinymce (>= 3.0.7)
Conflicts: mysql-server (<< 4.0.20-8)
SHA256: 43e390691e0725f1aacd6f3af6fe057d02c7d6afd776cb35f0 253bcec8754ea7
Description: weblog manager
WordPress is a full featured web blogging tool:
* Instant publishing (no rebuilding)
* Comment pingback support with spam protection
* Non-crufty URLs
* Plugin support
This package includes French language support.
hp, interface::web, web::blog
Looks to me like wordpress will run on php4 or php5.
Never mind. Brain fart on my part.
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