Where is the location of your httpd.conf file? If you are not using the built-in Apache it's probably not under /private/etc/apache2/, are you sure you are changing the right conf file (for the version of Apache that is running) to point to your build of php? What version of OS X are you using? Enough has changed between Tiger and Leopard that it would help to give you clearer instructions if we know this. Also, just as an aside, why did you build your own Apache? Leopard ships with Apache2 and works great out of the box 99% of the time (unless you have specific needs). I think you may be making things harder than they have to be! (If you're using Tiger, I totally understand not wanting to use Apache 1.3 or whatever that ships with it... :) ) Cheers, Nick On Aug 16, 2008, at 11:05 AM, John Corry wrote: > I'm pulling my hair out. > > OS X is a little new to me, I've always used Windows until recently. > > I've followed the instructions at DIYMacServer for compiling/ > installing > Apache, PHP, MySQL. > > Voila, I have a development server. > > So here I sit with a project that uses the soap functions and what do > you know, that soap extension wasn't compiled into my PHP. > > No problem, I'll just add --enable-soap to my ./configure options, > recompile and install PHP and off I go, right? > > Wrong. > > ./configure runs fine. > > make runs fine. > > make install runs fine. > > restart Apache, reload phpinfo() page. > > It's the same old build date and the same old ./configure options. > > What do you have to do to get it to take? > > John Corry > -- > > * * Please support the community that supports you. * * > http://evolt.org/help_support_evolt/ > > For unsubscribe and other options, including the Tip Harvester > and archives of thelist go to: http://lists.evolt.org > Workers of the Web, evolt !