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From <dan...@bestweb.net>
Subject [users@httpd] linux novice cannot resolve apache-php-mysql linkage. 4
Date Mon, 10 Feb 2003 22:02:37 GMT
dell 4100 256mb, 11gb hd, Redhat 8.0 pro, grub-linux
linux novice cannot resolve apache-php-mysql linkage. 4

local closed system (No modem, no www access, no internet)

I have tried to create a database of 7 tables with about
840mb of data since the 20th of November 2002.  My own
db handler (.cpp's) will take years to code and test
what the apache-php-mysql combo can do in hours.
I've been able to load all mysql tables with
about 30kb each of data as a test.
I've made php test scripts and run them with
apache server (local).
I have n-o-t been able to run apache-php-mysql
as a single application.

I've installed RH at least 23 times, and will continue
to install until I can run my personal scripts to test
that apache-php-mysql are doing what I want against a
clean install.

The package NuSphere-freetechplat-3.0.1-Linux.tar is
supposed to install and configure apache-php-mysql as
a unit but seems to have a problem.  The specific
modules NuSphere uses are:

php-4.0.6-i386-pc-linux-gnu.tar.gz
apache_1.3.26-i386-pc-linux-gnu.tar.gz
mysql-3.23.49-i386-pc-linux-gnu.tar.gz

The mysql application is working.
The apache application is working (local)
for ".html" only.

I have made 2 test files, one is ".html",
the second is ".php', and they are:

The "file:/var/www/html/php_test.html" is
<html><head><title>PHP Test</title></head><body>
  "Hello World HTML /var/www/html/php_test.html"
  <?php echo "Hello World PHP /var/www/html/php_test.html<p>"; ?>
</body></html>

The "file:/var/www/html/php_test.php" is
<html><head><title>PHP Test</title></head><body>
  "Hello World HTML /var/www/html/php_test.php"
  <?php echo "Hello World PHP /var/www/html/php_test.php<p>"; ?>
</body></html>

I have tested with 2 browsers, Mozilla and the
Konqueror Web Browser, using both the ".html"
and ".php" files, and tested with both
localhost.localdomain and 127.0.0.1.
The list below illustrates 8 sets of three
lines each displaying browser, url used, and
results if any.

mozilla
http://localhost.localdomain/php_test.php
 "Hello World HTML /var/www/html/php_test.php" "; ?>
mozilla
http://localhost.localdomain/php_test.html
 "Hello World HTML /var/www/html/php_test.html" "; ?>
mozilla
http://127.00.00.1/php_test.php
 "Hello World HTML /var/www/html/php_test.php" "; ?>
mozilla
http://127.00.00.1/php_test.html
 "Hello World HTML /var/www/html/php_test.html" "; ?>

Konqueror Web Browser
http://localhost.localdomain/php_test.php
 "Hello World HTML /var/www/html/php_test.php"
Konqueror Web Browser
http://localhost.localdomain/php_test.html
 "Hello World HTML /var/www/html/php_test.html"
Konqueror Web Browser
http://127.0.0.1/php_test.php
 "Hello World HTML /var/www/html/php_test.php"
Konqueror Web Browser
http://127.0.0.1/php_test.html
 "Hello World HTML /var/www/html/php_test.html"

Note that the 2 browsers ignore the php line
<?php echo "Hello World PHP /var/www/html/php_test.html<p>"; ?>
differently.

I've extracted some of the entries in httpd.conf from
"file:/usr/local/nusphere/apache/conf/httpd.conf", and the are
[
ServerType standalone
ServerRoot "/usr/local/nusphere/apache"
#Listen 3000
#Listen 12.34.56.78:80
Port 81
# Public Port
Listen 81
# Admin Port
Listen 9000
User nobody
Group nobody
ServerAdmin root@localhost
ServerName localhost
DocumentRoot "/usr/local/nusphere/apache/htdocs"
<Directory "/usr/local/nusphere/apache/htdocs">
<IfModule mod_dir.c>
DirectoryIndex index.shtml index.html index.htm index.php index.php3
index.phtml
</IfModule>
AddType application/x-httpd-php .php .php3   (this line appears twice)
<Files ~ "\.(cgi|shtml|phtml|php3?)$">       (this entry appears twice)
    SSLOptions +StdEnvVars
</Files>
]

Any and all help will be appreciated.


Thanks


dander@bestweb.net




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