[Resolved] How to Install and Compile PHP with MailParse?

Discussion in 'Install/Configuration' started by J.T., Apr 28, 2010.

  1. J.T.

    J.T. New Member

    I've got everything compiled now but for MailParse. I need MailParse for Cerberus. The server runs CentOS 5.x

    Their wiki suggests this method:

    [noparse]wiki.cerb4.com/wiki/Installing_PHP_Mailparse#For_RHEL_5[/noparse]

    Is this the right approach on getting Litespeed Web Server to run with php and MailParse? I can add a no-dependencies flag I guess, and then move any resulting .so files into the lsws folders and reference it as an extension in php.ini

    Is that how to get MailParse working with php in LSWS?
    Last edited by a moderator: Apr 28, 2010
  2. NiteWave

    NiteWave Administrator

  3. J.T.

    J.T. New Member

    Thanks, appreciate the suggestion.

    PHP 5.2.13 has already been compiled. Do I simply follow those instructions to modify what I previously compiled or do I have to recompile after that?

    Also, it talks about 'the source folder' and references paths like /php5install/ that don't exist on my system. Can you elaborate on these please?

    Do I simply extract the source in say /tmp/mailparse or do I start off in a subfolder of /opt/lsws/ where the rest of lsws is?

    I'm probably being a scared pussy but compiling has never been on my confident-with list.

    EDIT

    I think I get it now.

    The wiki says:

    On my system it'll probably be:

    And I guess with 'source folder' I can just put the mailparse source in /usr/local/src/mailparse - right?
    Last edited: Apr 28, 2010
  4. J.T.

    J.T. New Member

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