- Solaris comes with the Apache server, but if you want php, then you have to download it.
- You obtain the software source from all the sites and start compiling..Get a life.
- You down load the packages from http://www.sunfreeware.com, but which ones and have you got all those extra Perl modules.
- Why can't I download one package and GO!
- CSKamp. This package includes Apache2, MySQL5 and PHP5 built to work together.
- CSKmysql. This package includes a 64bit version of MySQL5 and is built with innodb.
- CSKperl. This package includes Perl 5. Note that Solaris 10 ships with the same version of Perl. However, in addition to being better optimized, CSKperl includes several perl extensions.
- CSKtds, CSKncurses, CSKphplibs. These packages are optional libraries required if you plan to use the corresponding PHP extensions.
- CSKmemcached. This package includes memcached, a distributed object cache system.
- CSKruby. This package includes ruby, rubygems and rails.
- CSKsquid. This package includes Squid Web Proxy Cache.
So, all you need is download CSKamp (OK! I lied 3 downloads in my case) CSKperl and "CSKtds, CSKncurses,CSKphplibs (combined as one download)"
And, yes you install the packages and you are ready to go and to prove it I obtained MediaWiki and it installed and ran with out any other modules, not bad and saved me a lifetime.
- check out the FAQ since it shows you had to start packages up as services
- disable APC or upgrade to later version. (again see FAQ)
- the coolstack has now got an OpenSolaris Project