apache2 php5 mysql4 problems
jackcsk at gmail.com
Tue Nov 22 02:35:13 GMT 2005
When you installed the php5-extensions, did you do a make config?
Also, my /usr/local/etc/apache2/Includes/php.conf has following 2 lines:
AddType application/x-httpd-php .php
AddType application/x-httpd-php-source .phps
If you have those 2 "AddType" lines in your conf file, does your
contains the line "Include etc/apache2/Includes/*.conf"?
Also, did you restart Apache2 ?
On 11/21/05, Robert Munn <munn at isca.dyndns.org> wrote:
> I have been successfuly running apache2 as a web server with php5 as a
> module. Recently I needed access to a database so I tried to upgrade
> my system by adding mysql4 as the database server.
> I had installed apache2 and php5 from the ports. Previously I would
> install php5-extensions to build the mysql module for php.
> After failing get the resulting php to recognize the mysql_ database
> calls in php I noticed that the php5-extensions no longer build the
> mysql extensions.
> I have tried various things. The most successful was to configure php
> with the --with-mysql option. However this did not completelty solve
> my problem. While database access was enabled from a php script, when
> I use the same codee in a web page to access the same database, my
> browser pops up a window asking if I want to save the file to disk or
> search for a program to deal with the file (suggestion Dreamweaver
> since it a .php file).
> Does anybody have the sequence of build commands for making a apache2
> - php5 - mysql, a working web server environment?
> I am running 5.4
> With thanks
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