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Re: recent apache updates



This one time, at band camp, Charles Fry said:
> >>Can you be more specific? I would like to file a bug, if it hasn't been 
> >>done already. I took a brief look earlier this week, and was unsure just 
> >>where this was coming from. I can look deeper, of course, but thought 
> >>I'd check if you had already tracked it down.
> >
> >
> >steve@gashuffer:~$ apt-cache show php4
> >[snip]
> >Depends: libapache-mod-php4 (>= 4:4.3.10-9) | libapache2-mod-php4 (>= 
> >4:4.3.10-9) | caudium-php4 (>= 4:4.3.10-9), php4-common (>= 4:4.3.10-9)
> >
> >No bug necessary, you just have to look at the dependencies.  So, to
> >install php4, you either need libapache-mod-php4, libapache2-mod-php4,
> >or caudium-php4.  The fact that apt chose the caudium route probably
> >meant that it was an easier to satisfy dependency (guesswork - I didn't
> >delve into that side of it.
> >
> >Just apt-get install php4 $webserver-php4 to get the right modules.
> 
> Hmm. The thing that bothered me is that cadium was installed even though 
> libapache2-mod-php4 was already installed.

(Please reply to the list - no need to send me duplicate copies)

Right, but the installed version doesn't satisfy the versioned dependency.
It still does the right thing when asked to, but this may be a bug in
apt's dependency resolution.
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