sábado, 24 de marzo de 2007

PHP RPMs: PHP: The missing RPMs

PHPRPMs is a collection of RPM packages that add various PHP extensions to the PHP that you have as a part of your RPM-based Linux Distribution (Red Hat Enterprise Linux, CentOS, WhiteBox or Fedora Core). The advantages of this approach are:

  • you don't have to rebuild PHP from the source if you just need one of the less-frequently used or non-GPL extensions;
  • since you don't rebuild PHP, you get to keep your "factory" PHP packages with all distro-specific patches and, what's more important,
  • you can continue to receive the standard updates for the "factory" PHP packages via RHN / up2date / yum


PHP RPMs: PHP: The missing RPMs
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