PHP Command Line

Discussion in 'General' started by zoom, May 30, 2008.

  1. zoom

    zoom Member

    Is it wise to use the version of php compiled using LiteSpeed for scripting?

    Currently, I have /usr/bin/php linked to the binary located in LiteSpeed's directory /opt/lsws/lsphp5/bin/php and I have noticed some strange behavior. I've since then downloaded PHP and installed the binary without the '--with-litespeed' switch into /usr/local/php. Running my scripts off this version seem to be okay..
  2. ffeingol

    ffeingol New Member

    You can't use the LSWS php for command line. It's built specifically for LSWS and won't work from command line. If you manually build PHP (with the --with-litespeed option) it will also build a cli verson at the same time. Just go into the sapi/cli directory (where you are building php) and the binary will be there.

    Frank
  3. zoom

    zoom Member

    Thanks Frank,

    That's what I was thinking. It explains the strange behaviour with some of my scripts.. Maybe I'll just stick to python :)

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