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05-05-2009, 09:51 AM
Join Date: Oct 2007
Location: Manchester, UK
Wow this is an old thread!
I love doing it this way too....I've never really used RPM or yum to install packages as I don't feel like I know what I am doing...
I mean, I'd use RPM or yum for say installing an NTP or FTP server, but for LAMP setups, I like to do them individually and set the configure options to my specific needs.....
When I build linux, I usually build it as barebones as possible, I don't have it install mysql, apache etc...
Yea me too, I prefer the good ol' fashioned:
./configure [if this is PHP there will be a MASSIVE list of flags here] (fix any missing packages, get angry when the ubuntu's apt-get repository only has the old version, lynx
tar ... and so on)
make && make install
rinse and repeat
The ubuntu server's install LAMP option is OK i suppose, but i'd prefer to build them with specific flags so that i only have enabled what i need (performance is a tricky animal to tame), also I'm sure that its setup securely (I'm sure the automatic LAMP install is secure, but I'm paranoid you see)
About the arrays I have no idea. I don't think any language has that? You have to create variables for each array you want to create in any language, so.. You could possibly do it in one line like this:
$test = array(), $test2 = array(), $test3 = array();
but I'm not sure.
That *should* work.
mysql> SELECT * FROM `users` WHERE `users`.`clue` > 0;
Empty set (0.00 sec)
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