What are the last versions of PHP, MySQL ported to Apache v1.3.x ?

What are the last versions of PHP, MySQL ported to Apache v1.3.x ?

Post by Al Savag » Tue, 15 Feb 2011 03:03:03


What are the last versions of PHP, MySQL ported to Apache v1.3.x ?

I am running Apache/2 v1.3.41, PHP 4.3.10, and MySQL 4.1.7 . I *may* be
able to migrate to Apache/2 v2 this year, but the current old harware is
not up to it. I am not experiencing problems, but whilst performing
some modicum of maintenance today on the ol' server, I see that the
dates on some of these DLLs are pretty far back.

Are there newer version os PHP & MySQL that will interoperate easily
with Apache/2 1.3?

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Regards,
Al S.
 
 
 

What are the last versions of PHP, MySQL ported to Apache v1.3.x ?

Post by Steve Wend » Tue, 15 Feb 2011 04:50:49


There's no interdependency of MySQL and Apache; you should be able to
use the latest version, as long as the PHP module works with it (which I
think it should?).
http://www.yqcomputer.com/

I have no idea if Paul's builds of PHP5 include Apache 1.3.x modules.

 
 
 

What are the last versions of PHP, MySQL ported to Apache v1.3.x ?

Post by Paul Smedl » Wed, 16 Feb 2011 17:35:53

Hi guys,

On Sun, 13 Feb 2011 19:50:49 UTC, Steve Wendt < XXXX@XXXXX.COM >



No they don't - and it's not possible to built it without compiling
php5 with emx, something I'm not prepared to spend time on....

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Cheers,

Paul.
 
 
 

What are the last versions of PHP, MySQL ported to Apache v1.3.x ?

Post by Al Savag » Mon, 21 Feb 2011 03:09:24

On Tue, 15 Feb 2011 08:35:53 UTC, "Paul Smedley"




Which is why I asked the question: what are the last versions of PHP &
MySQL that interoperate with Apache/2 v1.3.x?

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Regards,
Al S.
 
 
 

What are the last versions of PHP, MySQL ported to Apache v1.3.x ?

Post by Paul Smedl » Mon, 21 Feb 2011 08:35:52

Hi Al,

On Sat, 19 Feb 2011 18:09:24 UTC, "Al Savage" < XXXX@XXXXX.COM >




For PHP - see Brian Havard's page - http://www.yqcomputer.com/

As I think others have mentioned, my builds of mysql can _probably_
interact with PHP 4.x - provided nothing has changed in the
mysqlclient.

Is there a good reason you don't want to update to Apache2?


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Cheers,

Paul.
 
 
 

What are the last versions of PHP, MySQL ported to Apache v1.3.x ?

Post by Al Savag » Tue, 22 Feb 2011 06:42:31

On Sat, 19 Feb 2011 23:35:52 UTC, "Paul Smedley"




4.3.10
IOW, what I'm already running.


A good reason? Sure: v1.3.41 works.
I'm running very old hardware at the moment. I do not want to attempt
to introduce a lot of new variables and then spend 30 hours chasing down
symptoms (witness my SCSI->IDE HDD upgrade that traps and can't be
effectively debugged, in another thread).

When new versions of software appear, I am not jumping on them to
update, as decades playing this game has put a pall on the whole upgrade
game. If it's not broken, I do not fix it.

Now . . . I do have newer hardware ready to roll out, but that requires
that I install the eCS license I bought last summer, learn to install
eCS, migrate the apps & scripts, reconfigure the various utilities to
operate with new boxes . . . IOW, work. This kind of stuff ceased being
fun for me about 12 years ago.

Again, what I've got in place now is working. With the exception of
failing fans and HDDs, twice-a-year server reboot, and occasional log
file deletion, it runs fine without demanding a lot of my time. I like
that.

Yeah, Apache v2, MySQL v5 and newer PHP will eventually make it onto the
new boxes, but first the new boxes have to be implemented, and that's
not going to happen in the next few months. Too many things are ahead
of that.

Meanwhile . . . Apache v1.3.41 just keeps sending out the info . . .

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Regards,
Al S.
 
 
 

What are the last versions of PHP, MySQL ported to Apache v1.3.x ?

Post by Paul Smedl » Tue, 22 Feb 2011 17:42:31

Hi Al,

On Sun, 20 Feb 2011 21:42:31 UTC, "Al Savage" < XXXX@XXXXX.COM >



The only other reason to update is that PHP 4.3.10 and Apache 1.3.41
most likely have a bunch of security issues - provided you're aware of
these issues - then go for it.

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Cheers,

Paul.