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From Joseph A Nagy Jr <>
Subject Re: [users@httpd] PHP Problems
Date Wed, 17 Sep 2003 12:26:41 GMT
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On Tuesday 16 September 2003 23:13, Robert Andersson wrote this in an 
attempt to be witty or informative:
> Joseph A Nagy Jr wrote:
> > > I may be out of touch here, but PHP as input filter??? [...]
> >
> > That was from /etc/httpd/conf.d/php.conf which was installed by
> > mod_php
> Ok, although I still cannot understand what PHP would do as input
> filter. AFAIK, input filters are used to filter the incoming request,
> and as mod_php cannot determine whether its actions (whatever that
> is) apply to the resource in this stage, why it does it beats me. Oh
> well...
> > I also have regular PHP installed but haven't a clue on how to use
> > it. I was hoping I could use mod_php like one can use mod_perl.
> Just LoadModule it, and use the AddType; and it should be it.
> > Yes, the file is index.php.
> If you access it as http://yourhost/php/index.php, does it work?
> If not, try to go back to the basics. Skim PHP's installation
> instructions for Apache (2):
> In short, what to do:
> 1)  "LoadModule php4_module pathto/"

Already loaded, as stated in the message to which you responded.

> 2) "AddType application/x-httpd-php .php .phtml"

Also added, convienant how you left out that part. Mozilla now tries to 
download index.php

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