Re: Apache2 and PHP
On Thu, Sep 23, 2004 at 06:48:54PM -0400, JoeHill wrote:
> On Thu, 23 Sep 2004 18:23:46 -0400
> JoeHill disseminated the following:
> > > Did you perform the 'a2enmod php4' to enable PHP4 module support
> > > on Apache2? If you did there should be the php4.conf and php4.load
> > > symlinks under /etc/apache2/mod-enabled/. I have no problems with
> > > Apache2 and PHP4 on my machine at home. I have libapache2-mod-php4 along
> > > with php4 and the php4-<mod> packages I use locally.
> > Sorry, it turns out it's just a perms prob. I had to to do a chmod +rx. The
> > PHP is working as it should now, such as it is.
> Only prob is, it shows the directory where the site is kept (?), instead of
> treating it as the 'root' of the webserver.
> ie. when I load www.freeyourmachine.org from the Internet or LAN, shows
> 'www.freeyourmachine.org/apache2-default/' in the address field.
> I have a feeling I'm doing something terribly wrong.
I believe you need to have something like the following for your
allow from all
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