[osflash] Red5Media Server and PHP Is it possible?
dan.shryock at gmail.com
Wed Dec 20 11:24:39 EST 2006
I believe that Red5 is not itself a webserver, but actually runs in a
servlet container (which can be a webserver). I think that most
installs of red5 use either jetty or tomcat, but if it is possible to
use resin (another servlet container, and a webserver) instead, you
might be able to use resin's ability to run PHP (though it is not
fully compatible with the official PHP implementation). Otherwise it
is very unlikely that you will be able to run PHP without apache.
On 12/20/06, Lucas Pereira <lukkytree at hotmail.com> wrote:
> Hi all,
> I was wandering if it's possible to use Red5 Media Server as a WebServer for
> PHP5 web applications.
> In my last search on Red5 I could find a few entries having the keyword PHP
> but haven't been able to figure out if Red5 holds PHP applications like
> other webservers (apache for instance).
> Any replys will be welcome,
> Thank you in advance.
> Lucas Pereira
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