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Sun Feb 20 03:20:59 GMT 2005
Jeffery Fernandez wrote:
> Gerard Samuel wrote:
>> Andrei Iarus wrote:
>>> I have installed apache-1.3.33_1, php5-5.0.3_1. And I
>>> tried to run simple scripts like: <html>
>>> <title>PHP Test</title>
>>> <?php echo '<p>Hello World</p>'; ?>
>>> and the output was an unexpected one:
>>> Hello World
>>> '; ?>
>>> It also doesn`t outputs anything when using the
>>> phpversion() function. A possible bug? Before
>>> reporting this as a bug, I wanted to check if there
>>> was someone else with similar problems(or may be I did
>>> something wrong).
>> First guess. Apache doesn't know about <?php tags.
>> If you installed php via the port, apache is configured automatically.
>> So I have to ask. Did you restart apache??
>> Just create a file (index.php), and in it put
>> <?php phpinfo(); ?>
>> And see what it does...
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> You will have to add the following entries to the httpd.conf file for
> apache to understand its a php file
> AddType application/x-httpd-php .php
> AddType application/x-httpd-php-source .phps
> I don't know if its any different for PHP5 but for PHP4 thats what you
> need to add.
Forgot about that.
AddType application/x-httpd-php .php
AddType application/x-httpd-php-source .phps
is what I have (php 5.0.2), so I guess you are correct..
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