No, cause the original post only has one hyphon. Plus I copy/pasted the original post in my terminal window to check out the install instructions myself and there was only one hyphon.
Anyhow, I have successfully installed it on my server: http://www.gpcentre.net/info.php
No apxs. Like I said earlier, that’s ONLY for the Apache Module. We’re using PHP-CGI /not/ the Apache module.
The install instructions are correct to a point. It’s incorrect on the hyphons. Should be two --, not -. And it’s assuming you’ve installed PHP in $HOME/local.
My command line is this:
./configure --prefix=$HOME/php --enable-apc --enable-apc-mmap --with-php-config=$HOME/php/bin/php-config
I installed my PHP and all PHP related files into $HOME/php. I also added the --prefix option out of habit. I see in --help there is no --prefix option. ha
And it works. I do see a difference on the forums on my guild’s site (uses the same PHP binary). The only thing I noticed is that it takes time for it to cache. Once it does all the cache, the speed is noticeable.
yerba# rm -rf /etc