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From Joseph A Nagy Jr <joseph_a_nagy...@charter.net>
Subject Re: [users@httpd] PHP Problems
Date Wed, 17 Sep 2003 17:38:01 GMT
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On Wednesday 17 September 2003 09:10, Robert Andersson wrote this in an 
attempt to be witty or informative:
> Joseph A Nagy Jr wrote:
> > Okay, I will comment out php.conf and read the manual. I was just
> > thinking that it was an Apache problem and not a PHP problem.
>
> It's a problem with configuring Apache for PHP, so the discussion is
> justified.

Okay.

>
> Although I have no experience with using input/output filter for
> mod_php4, your config looks reasonable. Have you restarted Apache ;-)

Everytime I save changes to the config file (I work with two Konsole 
sessions).

> ? Are you editing the correct httpd.conf? Does the server's signature

The only one.

> show that PHP is loaded? No interesting lines in the error log on

ServerToken is set to OS only (check out 
http://jan-jr-ent.homelinux.org/images/, scroll to bottom).

> startup?

No errors at all wrt to mod_php (just a lot of script kiddies trying to 
h4x0r my site with IIS exploits).

>
> First and formost, PHP must be loaded. Then it must learn to handle
> documents.

PHP is loaded, of that I'm sure.

>
> Regards,
> Robert Andersson

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