Trying to install PHP4, but


#1

Hi guys, while I was trying to install an older version of PHP (so I can change some values on PHP.ini), I received this message from Putty:

ln: creating symbolic link php' to/home/USER/php-4.4.7’: File exists

Where is this folder, so I can delete it?
I’ve deleted one at the root folder, but it didn’t work.


#2

Did you replace USER with your real username?

As the message indicates, the file exists in /home/USER/php-4.4.7

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#3

Yep.


#4

What was the actual command (or script) you were running? It looks like there was a trailing slash missing.

-Scott


#5

The script is here
http://wiki.dreamhost.com/Installing_PHP4


#6

Wherever you are when you’re running this script already has a ‘php’ directory (or file).

-Scott


#7

Hi guys, the PHP is installed, but when I upload the .htaccess whit the infos:

Options +ExecCGI
AddHandler php-cgi .php
Action php-cgi /cgi-bin/php.cgi

<FilesMatch “^php5?.(ini|cgi)$”>
Order Deny,Allow
Deny from All
Allow from env=REDIRECT_STATUS

I receive the internal server error.

I have cgi-bin with php.cgi and the php.ini at home/mysite.com/cgi-bin.

Any sugestion?