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David Parra's Blog:
Compiling PHP under OpenSolaris
September 30, 2008 @ 08:46:09

David Parra has posted his method for getting the latest version of PHP compiled under a machine running OpenSolaris.

As I switched my main system recently from Linux to OpenSolaris I compiled PHP. Quiet obvious things are a little bit different on Solaris. The usual ./buildconf && ./configure && make install doesn't work anymore. The good news: It's not much harder.

A few extra packages are required (like SUNWgmake, SUNWgcc and SUNWbison) and the Re2c library, but after that, it's just like a normal install. All commands needed to make the build are included in the post.

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