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From Boysenberry Payne <boysenbe...@humaniteque.com>
Subject Re: [users@httpd] Apache and PHP
Date Mon, 31 Oct 2005 20:33:07 GMT
That's funny I did the opposite, started with PHP and went to MP
after a few years at PHP.

Just out of curiosity, why would one go from MP to PHP?  It seems
like you're giving up a lot in the move.

Boysenberry

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On Oct 31, 2005, at 1:44 PM, Joshua Kogut wrote:

> I too have strayed from the the road of perl in favor of my new love. 
> Php.
>
> On 10/31/05, Tom Cat <strycat@gmail.com > wrote:Check out
>>  http://www.linux-sottises.net/en_apache_install.php
>>
>> Using both PHP and mod_perl together has caused problems in the past
>> (http://slashdot.org/article.pl?sid=00/11/21/1720242 ), but I think
>> they will play nicely now.
>>
>> FYI, I ditched mod_perl in favor of a PHP a while ago.  If I really
>> need perl for a website do it with the cgi-bin directory.
>>
>> On 10/30/05, Malka Cymbalista < Malki.Cymbalista@weizmann.ac.il> 
>> wrote:
>> > We are having a strange problem with our PHP sites and I was 
>> wondering
>> > of someone has any pointers to offer.
>>  > We are running apache 2.0.55 with mod_perl 2.0.1 and php 4.3.3 and
>> > mod_ssl 2.0.55 on  a Sun Solaris machine.  Every now and then, when 
>> you
>> > click on a URL that is a php script, instead of the file executing, 
>> a
>> > File Download panel opens and it asks if you want to  save it to 
>> your
>> > computer.  It is as if it does not recognize that it is a php file.
>> > Sometimes it actually displays the code of the file. The really 
>> strange
>> > thing is that it appears to happen randomly.  That is, some times 
>> the
>> > same link  works perfectly well and the links open properky.  But
>> > sometimes, it asks if you want to save the file. If you click on 
>> Cancel
>> > and then click on the link again, it usually opens properly.
>> > We have the following line in httpd.conf:
>> > AddType application/x-httpd-php .php .phtml
>> >
>> > Does that line belong in any particular place.  Originally it was in
>> > the general part of the file and not in any <Directory> section.  I
>> > added it to some of the <Directory> sections but it doesn't seem to 
>> have
>> > made a diference.
>> >
>> > Does anyone have any ideas about what is happening and how to fix 
>> the
>> > problem?
>> >
>> > Thanks for any help.
>> >
>> >
>> > Malka Cymbalista
>> > Webmaster, Weizmann Institute of Science
>> > malki.cymbalista@weizmann.ac.il
>> > 08-934-3036
>> >
>> > 
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