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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 Tue, 28 Aug 2007 21:31:28 GMT
well I am sure/certain that no one probably cares about this and I doubt 
that I will get a response, but I just wanted to say that I finally got it 
right with the PHP-Apache Server integration!!!

----- 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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