PHP can be compiled as a shared module of a web server (such as Apache) or as a CGI executable. If you are using a web server that is not supported by PHP, or if you want to execute PHP scripts in your command shell rather than on a web page, you should compile PHP as a CGI executable. Otherwise, if you want to install PHP to operate in conjunction with Apache, compile it as an Apache module.
For information about compiling PHP as an Apache module, see Compiling PHP as an Apache module.
For information about compiling PHP as a CGI executable, see Compiling PHP as a CGI executable.
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