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It's interesting the different emphasis on ports between Open BSD verses Free BSD.Open BSD ~ Will follow the mailing list and use the package tools ( pkg_info and pkg_add -u ) where deemed critical.Yeah, there's docs and books galore -- what do you people actually do? Use cases/environments and scenarios vary, as do the stakes/stakeholders/users.Books and man pages cover tools and uses, but lack practical application.Recommend a book if you know of one that covers it! Bubnoff Conclusions ~ Thanks to everyone who took the time to answer this post.
Then I read the page cited below that suggested playing with the order of the Load Modules, and put the PHP first.
Do you patch/recompile/rebuild kernel, binaries --- why?
What's a conservative approach for critical services ( reasonably critical -- this ain't no bank or hospital ) on BSD boxes?
Older releases of Open BSD used the FLAVORS system to compile up a statically linked PHP.
Since it is hard to generate binary packages using this method, it is now deprecated.
Using binary packages to install PHP on Open BSD is the recommended and simplest method.