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From "Steve R Burrus" <burr...@swbell.net>
Subject Re: [users@httpd] REPOST: [users@httpd] Need Help [Again] w. PHP and Apache.
Date Mon, 27 Aug 2007 23:20:57 GMT
All that I have tried to do was to integrate the PHP scripting language with 
the Apache Server, i.e., be able to view PHP files with the help of Apache. 
And my OS is Win XP Pro.
----- Original Message ----- 
From: "Dragon" <dragon@crimson-dragon.com>
To: <users@httpd.apache.org>
Sent: Monday, August 27, 2007 4:43 PM
Subject: Re: [users@httpd] REPOST: [users@httpd] Need Help [Again] w. PHP 
and Apache.


> Steve R Burrus wrote:
>>well actually the only "advice" which I got/received yesterday was from 
>>someone asking me what OS I was trying to do the PHP-Apache Server 
>>integration on and what was the purpose of the integration. And that was 
>>the * only * response which I have received so far, thus my Repost earlier 
>>today (which I will apologize for if you might want me to).
> ---------------- End original message. ---------------------
>
> I think you are missing the point. People will be MUCH more inclined to 
> help you if YOU do some work up front. It helps if you do some due 
> diligence by searching for the answers you need as well as reading 
> whatever documentation is applicable. As the saying goes RTFM. If after 
> doing so, you still have a problem, then it is time to ask a question.
>
> You should tell us exactly what you are trying to do, what OS, what 
> versions of software, is it from source or a binary package, and you 
> should tell us precisely what you have done to attempt to resolve the 
> problem. Posting a relevant portion of your httpd.conf is often very 
> helpful and may get you a precise answer very quickly.
>
> This is NOT a help line where you can demand that people give you an 
> answer, nobody here is being paid to support you. This list is a community 
> of users who may or may not know the answer you seek. Even if somebody 
> does know the answer, if you don't ask the question in a meaningful, 
> understandable manner or if the person is not immediately available to 
> respond, you may not get an answer.
>
> Reposting the next day with the exact same question is not going to change 
> anything, well, maybe it will, it will change (usually negatively) the 
> attitude of people who might be inclined to help otherwise.
>
> Dragon
>
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