php configuration probleme: unable to find httpd.h

Hi, I'am building a linux Fedora core 4 web server and I have a problem to install my php 5.1.4.

When I right the command: ./configure --with-mysql --with-config-file=/usr/local/apache/conf --with-apache=/usr/local/apache --enable-track-vars

PHP give me an error: configure: error: Invalid Apache directory - unable to find httpd.h under /usr/local/apache

but the /usr/local/apache is my apache directory. The file httpd.h is located in .../apache/include and it's give me an error if I put /usr/local/apache/include in the configure comman. Anybody have an idea. Thx

Sorry for my english, iam french ;)

thx all
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beatboxradioAsked:
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sleep_furiouslyCommented:
It is looking for Apache source code tree, not for a path to installed binary executable Apache.

So, the directory you are using for "with-apache" should have a directory called "src" inside it.

Yes, the installed binary Apache has an "include" directory.  This is for use with apxs.  If you want to build with apxs instead of apache source, you should use "--with-apxs=/path/to/apxs" instead of "--with-apache=/path/to/apachesrc"

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beatboxradioAuthor Commented:
thx for your help, but I formated my hard drive and reinstall it with a plan fedora version ;)
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