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I'm setting up a webserver that's going to be apache + PHP. This is going to be migrated from Gentoo. In gentoo it was pretty easy to include Suhosin since it was just a useflag and a package. In CentOS you need to compile form source manually (download patches and so on).

IS there a better way to do this? Perhaps a repository that maintains a PHP package compiled with suhosin? I'm lazy and I don't like the current way to do it. :)


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Have a look at Make sure all the php modules you are going to user are there. You cannot mix RHEL PHP modules with the Atomic Corp PHP.

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Excellent. Thank you. – LonelyLonelyNetworkN00b Feb 15 '12 at 8:37

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