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Old 02-04-2008, 02:17 PM
"Mark Corsi"
 
Default php install with soap enabled for apache

Hey Guys –


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I am trying to get soap enabled for php running through
apache on Red Hat Enterprise Linux 5


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Apache is 2.2.3


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I installed php 2.2.5 from source code (my subscription to
RHEL has lapsed so I cannot use yum) and was able to get everything running
from the command line just fine. However, apache is still running the old php
version 2.1.6 (without soap). I think the problem occurred because I was unable
to use the flag “--with-apxs2=/usr/local/apache2/bin/apxs”
with the php install since that file does not exist in the RHEL version of
apache.


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Any idea how I can get
apache to recognize and use the new install of php with soap enabled. Please
remember, this is a dev box so we have let the subscription expire,
consequently I cannot use ‘yum’


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Thanks –


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Mark







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