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php5 as cgi

Discussion in 'Plesk for Linux - 8.x and Older' started by BasicMind, Feb 14, 2006.

  1. BasicMind

    BasicMind Guest

    okay I've found bits and bobs on this subject but nothing that really 100% helps me, thats cos I'm not an expert.

    Okay I have a server with 1&1, running Fedora Core (3 I think) plesk 7 reloaded. currently running php4 as a mod (again I think).

    what I would like is to have php5 running as a cgi(unless anybody can see why this might be a bad idea). so that I can have php5 scripts running with .php5 extension.

    Is there an easy YUM thing I can do here like yum install php5-cgi(I tried that alread)?
  2. verybad

    verybad Guest

    I think you would need to recompile php to get it to work as a module. oneandone compile php as cgi.