Prerequisites for PHP in .NET

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Most sites using PHP also use MySQL as the database If you plan to use MySQL, you should download the MySQL source or binary distribution from wwwmysqlcom/ downloads/indexhtml Read the installation documentation to learn how to install
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MySQL on your system You also need the MySQL development packages Covering MySQL installation for all the platforms is beyond the scope of this book On my Linux system running Apache, I have installed: The server RPM for i386 systems Client programs RPM for i386 systems Include files and libraries RPM for development for i386 systems Client shared libraries RPM for i386 systems The include files and libraries are needed for PHP if you want to compile it with MySQL support
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The current version of PHP is 40 You can download PHP source or binary distributions from wwwphpnet This section assumes that you have downloaded the latest source distribution of PHP, php-410targz
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After downloading the source distribution, extract the source in a directory by using the tar xvzf php-410targz command I recommend that you install it in the same directory as you installed the Apache source For example, if you installed Apache source in /usr/local/src/httpd-2016 directory, then extract PHP into the /usr/local/src directory A new subdirectory, called php-410, will be created At this point, you have to decide how you plan to run PHP PHP can be run as an Apache module (embedded in the server itself or as a DSO module) or as a CGI solution The CGI solution means that you will not have any performance advantage over regular CGI scripts with PHP scripts because a PHP interpreter will be loaded each time to process a CGI-mode PHP script
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Like Perl, PHP can be used in standalone scripts as well as embedded in Web pages To build the PHP interpreter for CGI-mode operations, do the following: 1 As root change to the PHP source distribution directory and run:
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2 Now run make && make install to compile and install the PHP interpreter on your system
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You can either store the PHP module within the Apache binary or install it as a DSO module for Apache An advantage of a DSO module is that it can be unloaded by just commenting out a configuration line in httpdconf, thus saving some memory
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I assume that you have installed Apache source in /usr/local/src/httpd-version and PHP source in /usr/local/src/php-version directories Here is how to compile and install PHP as a static Apache module: 1 If you have not yet installed Apache, run the following command as root from the Apache source distribution directory:
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You can add other options if you wish to use them Run /configure --help to determine whether any other option is suitable for your needs 2 Now from the PHP source distribution directory run:
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/configure --with-apache=/httpd-version \ --with-mysql=/usr
Here the --with-mysql option is set to /usr because MySQL RPM packages install the include files in /usr/include/mysql directory If your system has MySQL includes in a different location, you should use a different directory name You can discover where MySQL includes are kept by using the locate mysqlh command, which is available on most Unix systems with the locate database feature
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You do not need the --with-mysql option if you do not plan on using MySQL with PHP or want to use PHP s built-in support for MySQL, which is only recommended if you do not plan on using MySQL with mod_perl or other Apache modules
3 Run the cp phpini-dist /usr/local/lib/phpini command to copy the phpini-dist file to /usr/local/lib as phpini This is the PHP configuration file that is discussed later in the Configuring PHP By Using phpini section 4 Run make && make install to compile and install the PHP side of the source code 5 Now change directory to the Apache source distribution and run: