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Re: [vox-tech] php install issue

--with-pgsql should point to the base install directory for
postgres, not to any particular /lib or /include.  So you
might try --with-pgsql=/usr, and if the includes are still
not found then you can try something like 

Do "./configure --help" to see what the choices are.

Hope this helps.

-- Rod

On Friday 05 July 2002 06:17 pm, Eric Engelhard wrote:
> I am trying to install php-4.2.1 from source on my home RedHat 7.2 box
> (want MING at home) and have run into a configuration issue with
> postgresql-7.2.1. Unfortunately, php wants files in a single path when
> they are installed in multiple directories.
> When I configure with ./configure --with-pgsql --with-apxs --with-ming,
> I get:
> configure: error: Cannot find libpq.so. Please specify correct
> PostgreSQL installation path
> libpq.so is in /usr/lib, but ./configure --with-pgsql=/usr/lib
> --with-apxs --with-ming gives:
> configure: error: Cannot find libpq-fe.h. Please specify correct
> PostgreSQL installation path
> libpq-fe.h is in /usr/include/pgsql/, but ./configure
> --with-pgsql=/usr/include/pgsql/ --with-apxs --with-ming gives:
> configure: error: Cannot find libpq.so. Please specify correct
> PostgreSQL installation path
> Should I just create a directory with symbolic links, or is there an
> easier way?
> By the way, anyone else playing with MING yet?
> Eric

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