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From Matthew Shannon <m...@paycom.net>
Subject Re: [users@httpd] PHP on Apache 2
Date Wed, 04 Feb 2004 00:06:35 GMT
I am reading
> that version 2 is still not recommend by some, i.e. PHP, but recommends
> version 1.x etc.  Does anyone have any opinion on this.

I strongly recommend going with 2.0 - however, if you are running
microshaft, it's anyone's bet what works best.

If OK, what would
> be the addional directives that would need to be added to the Apache config
> file to make everything work.

What is "everything"?

Also, what are the pros and cons in
> installing as CGI vs module.

Are you asking the pros and cons of installing php as a cgi vs a module?
-m




On Tue, 2004-02-03 at 08:49, Jan Sorenson wrote:
> I am considering installing Apache as my web server, however, I am reading
> that version 2 is still not recommend by some, i.e. PHP, but recommends
> version 1.x etc.  Does anyone have any opinion on this.  If OK, what would
> be the addional directives that would need to be added to the Apache config
> file to make everything work.  Also, what are the pros and cons in
> installing as CGI vs module.  Thanks
> 
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