[rescue] PHP for Solaris?
fdion at atriumwindows.com
Tue Oct 21 13:43:33 CDT 2003
That is why I gave him a choice. pkg-get is a script that does a wget
then pkgadd (actually it does more than that since it checks the
version, checks dependencies and optionally checks the gnupg signature).
Else if you are curious or adventurous, I put the link to the rpms.
I mentionned those because the usual suspect (sunfreeware.com) doesn't
have a PHP pkg.
Curtis H. Wilbar Jr. wrote:
>Exactly why do people have to do RPMs on sparc ??? What is so wrong
>with Solaris' package format (I've put packages together many times...
>it isn't hard). I just don't get it when someone puts together packages
>in a non native format... now you have two package management systems
>on your system..... errr.....
>On Tue, 2003-10-21 at 14:32, Francois Dion wrote:
>>A simple way:
>>pkg-get -i php
>>Another simple way:
>>wget http://sunrpms.maraudingpirates.org/software/sparc/5.8/RPMS/php-4.3.3-1-solaris8.sparc64.rpm <http://sunrpms.maraudingpirates.org/software/sparc/5.8/RPMS/php-4.3.3-1-solaris8.sparc64.rpm>
>>/opt/rpm/bin/rpm -ivh php*.rpm
>>You'll have to do a pkgadd -d BOLTpget.pkg (on blastwave) to get pkg-get
>>on your system, and pkgadd -d rpm.pkg to get rpm for solaris (on
>>maraudingpirates). Both assume wget on your system.
>>Brooke Gravitt wrote:
>>>Anybody have a binary install for PHP suitable for Solaris 8?
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