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Authored by: cj69collins on Apr 15, '01 09:11:39PM

I re-downloaded the package. It still 'installs' the files to root [/], not to /usr. It is just a matter of relocation, so it is no problem.:

mv -r /local/lib /usr/local
mv /local/bin/* /usr/local/bin
mv /libexec/httpd/* /usr/libexec/httpd.

No more parse errors, but now I need to get my info displayed.

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Authored by: hcarvallo on Apr 18, '01 04:07:17AM

I've had the same relocation problems even with the newest package so I did the relocation you mention but got some errrors with the mv command on the terminal.

Before all I stopped Apache : apachectl stop

First I did : mv -r /local/lib /usr/local
and got an error with the -r
So I did : mv -f /local/lib /usr/local
It worked fine

I also got an error with :
mv /local/bin/* /usr/local/bin

So I just did :
mv -f /local/bin /usr/local

Finally I moved from /libexec/httpd to /usr/libexec/httpd and removed (rmdir) the local and libexec directories from root.

Restarted Apache : apachectl restart

After that no more parse errors with infophp.php

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