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Dalton A Mitchell
@daltonamitchell
Yea, I must be doing something wrong or have some existing config conflict
William Hetherington
@willwh
I just upgraded to sierra, and I'm definitely having no fun ;) haha
I have php56 running as it should from the CLI; however, apache doesn't seem to be loading php info at all
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according to a phpinfo(); from a site hosted by apache; Configuration File (php.ini) Path /etc; so I symlinked /etc/php.ini to /usr/local/etc/php/5.6/php.ini`
and still no dice after restarting apache
anyone have any ideas? :)
Sergei Morozov
@morozov
Wow… the last message posted longer than a year ago
Mirosław Filip
@mirfilip
Hi! Do you guys know how to set ENV.cx11 for configure? (phpbrew/phpbrew#899)
Sergei Morozov
@morozov

I'm not sure what ENV.cxx11 means in brew nomenclature.

Same here. I tried googling it but it looks like something specific only to intl in the context of Homebrew (see also needs: cxx11).

Mirosław Filip
@mirfilip
Thx @morozov, I'll have a look at it tomorrow
Mirosław Filip
@mirfilip
@morozov I tried to follow up on what you suggested with but I'm not sure how to change build-time switches like -std=c++11 just for php-intl. Any ideas?
Jakob Wedemeyer
@jjwedemyer
hi guys, does anyone have a fix for checking for cURL 7.10.5 or greater... configure: error: cURL version 7.10.5 or later is required to compile php with cURL support while i have 7.29.0 installed?
kapitanluffy
@kapitanluffy
if I switch to a certain version. I should be able to use mysql as long as the mysql and pdo variant is included right?
kapitanluffy
@kapitanluffy
weird that when I switch to php7, replace the module in httpd. I can't seem to connect to my database
Sergei Morozov
@morozov
@kapitanluffy what kind of error do you get when trying to connect?
kapitanluffy
@kapitanluffy
"cannot connect to server" in phpmyadmin and "file not found" when creating a PDO object with 2002 mysql error
@morozov
Sergei Morozov
@morozov
@kapitanluffy If you're connecting to localhost, then most likely the problem is incorrectly configured socket path. See mysqli.default_socket or pdo_mysql.default_socket. Make sure the path is correct or try using 127.0.0.1 as the host instead of localhost.
kapitanluffy
@kapitanluffy
@morozov yeah noticed that the default sockt is undefined https://imgur.com/a/jI0jEAB ..is there any configs that i should pass?
this is my install command
phpbrew install -j $(nproc) --stdout --name=php70 7.0 +default +gd +apxs2 +pdo +mysql +sqlite +openssl=/usr -- --with-libdir=lib64 --with-gd --with-pdo-mysql
FrancoFasano
@FrancoFasano
Hi all, I'm just starting to understand phpbrew concept.
My question is: can I install phpbrew with an existing PHP version?
FrancoFasano
@FrancoFasano
If yes phpbrew can manage this version as the phpbrew installed versions?
Sergei Morozov
@morozov

My question is: can I install phpbrew with an existing PHP version?

You'll have to have an existing PHP before you start using PhpBrew because it's written in PHP.

If yes phpbrew can manage this version as the phpbrew installed versions?

PhpBrew cannot manage the system PHP version. You can only switch PhpBrew off to start using the PHP version.

FrancoFasano
@FrancoFasano
Hi Sergei, many thanks for your support.
I have installed phpbrew, not easely but I success with many effort.
Now I had the PHP version used by phpbrew , I add 5.6.21, 7.0 & 7.2.9 all installation succeed.
It seems to be OK, when I run:
phpbrew use 7.2.9 or
phpbrew use 5.6.21
an error message:
php version: php-7.2.9 not exists.
I run:
phpbrew list
  • (system)
    7.2.9-dev
    7.0-dev
    5.6.21-dev
an idea ?
FrancoFasano
@FrancoFasano
phpbrew on
Sergei Morozov
@morozov
@FrancoFasano you need to specify the build name completely, not just the version. E.g. phpbrew use 7.2.9-dev. The reason is that there may be multiple builds of the same version.
Make sure you use shell completion (see phpbrew bash or phpbrew zsh). This way, you won't have to keep all build names in mind.
FrancoFasano
@FrancoFasano
OK I run the <code>phpbrew use 7.2.9-dev</code> and all seems to be OK
<code> php -v
PHP 7.2.9 (cli) (built: Aug 25 2018 21:27:11) ( NTS )
Copyright (c) 1997-2018 The PHP Group
Zend Engine v3.2.0, Copyright (c) 1998-2018 Zend Technologies </code>
Now I check with phpinfo.php the server version and the result is:
PHP 5.6.21
FrancoFasano
@FrancoFasano
The version running on server is 7.2.9 and the version checked on web site with phpinfo is 5.6.21 the initial version installed on my server.
An idea ?
FrancoFasano
@FrancoFasano
So I find that I dont build php version with +apxs2 variant.
now I rebuild 7.2.9-dev with +apxs2 and I found new .so file here:
/usr/lib64/httpd/modules/libphp7.2.9.so
Sergei Morozov
@morozov
@FrancoFasano correct, you'd have to compile the Apache module as well. Personally, I find it much more convenient to use php-fpm instead of a module. This way, your single Apache instance can use multiple PHP backends for different URLs (e.g. you can test the same website with multiple PHP versions depending on the hostname).
FrancoFasano
@FrancoFasano
Many thanks @morozov for your suggestions.
so i rebuilded phpbrew version with +fpm but i let +aspx2
phpbrew --debug install --stdout 7.0 as 7.0-dev +default +intl +apxs2 +fpm -- --with-libdir=lib64
All runned succesfully until phpbrew fpm start, but phpbrew start gives the error:
Starting php-fpm...
[28-Aug-2018 14:01:22] NOTICE: [pool www] 'user' directive is ignored when FPM is not running as root
[28-Aug-2018 14:01:22] NOTICE: [pool www] 'group' directive is ignored when FPM is not running as root
Dou you have any ideas how to fix it?
Sergei Morozov
@morozov
Personally, I comment those lines out and run php-fpm as my own local users (it's not the best way to run the server but there are reasons). I think you can run it as root and it will re-spawn itself as www-data.
Stavros Kefaleas
@skiabox
Hello!
I can't get phpbrew to run automatically at startup
Whenever I tried to run a phpbrew command from a startup script it automatically overwrites itself with a connection error
Stavros Kefaleas
@skiabox
any ideas?
unrelaxs
@unrelaxs
For PHP-5.3+ versions, "Building intl 64-bit fails on OS X, how can I deal with this problem?
Markus Podar
@mfn

Hi! First time wanna be user of phpbrew here. Only used php from brew so far.
I thought phpbrew works similar in providing pre-compiled binaries for OSX alas I was wrong, I learned that :-)

I tried to compile the 7.2 version and get an error that libxml was missing but I've it installed via brew and also ensured that the brew path is define ..

I just, I'm not sure if I'm doing something fundamentally wrong? I thought phpbrew takes away the work of figuring these things out (dependencies, proper set up upfront, all the little requirements), otherwise it feels not so much different then trying to compile PHP from source…

Sorry maybe I just got off the wrong foot, would appreciate some insights.

Main reason is I want to try 7.4 beta on OSX but I couldn't find that version either 🤷‍♀️