Re: apache2: index.php sent unprocessed when accessed indirectly from one location
On Fri, 1 Oct 2004, Micha Feigin wrote:
> I setup apache2 from testing on one machine. My problem is that for one
> user in a specific directory, if I place an index.php in that directory
> it is being sent unprocessed to the caller as a .phtml file. The exact
> same code anywhere else (other directories/other users) is processed
> fine as php and sent as html.
> This only happens when accessed indirectly from apache's index
> searching mechanism. When named directly it works fine.
Now it stopped serving the page at all even when directly accessed. I
didn't really changed anything permanently, moved things there and back
I did a search for the specific user under /etc and nothing came up.
Created a new user with a newarly identical username (minus a hiphen in
the middle), moved all files and changed owner and everything worked, I
also created another test user with a hiphen in the name and moved/chown
the files and again everything worked.
Other php files in the same directory work fine.
I'm completely stumped here.
> Any ideas? > >