how do i find

Gary Kline kline at
Mon Feb 5 07:44:20 UTC 2007

On Mon, Feb 05, 2007 at 12:27:37AM -0600, Richard Lynch wrote:
> On Sun, February 4, 2007 12:45 am, Gary Kline wrote:
> > 	This is getting sranger and strangr.  (BTW, I'll check the
> > 	pkg-plist files; I forgot that; thanks.)
> >
> > 	On my ThinkPad, I have cloned my web files and php works.
> > 	There is a different apache/httpd.conf file on my laptop,
> > 	but only slightly: it lacks my many vitural websites.
> > has the same php4.* ports as on my real
> > 	webserver. Fewer, in fact.  On zen, the was
> > 	(by default, obviously) commented.  On my webserver, I had
> > 	uncommented it.  This is the only diffrence I can think of
> > 	that makes any sense.  On zen, my php pages display.  Here
> > 	( I get the "Firefox does not know" etc,
> > 	and asks if it should save the page.
> >
> > 	I'm utterly, completely stumped.  Ideas?
> First, is in that directory or not?
> If not, install the PHP 4 port and it will be.
> Next, if you managed to screw up httpd.conf so that it doesn't "know"
> that .php files are supposed to be run through PHP, then you'll get
> the message you are seeing.  So check your httpd.conf settings
> carefully.

	Well, after hours of experimentation and thanks *very*, nay
	__extremely__ much to the many people on this list, I finally
	realized that the default on php4 (and php5) does NOT set up
	php to work with apache.  I took in for granted that php and
	apache worked hand-in-glove.  Nope.  Matthew Seaman had me bring
	up the blue frame and select the appropriate [X].  I looked at the
	Makefiles and edited the "off" to "on".  After my 90-11th build,
	things worked.  Both on "sage" (aka ns1) and on zen and here on

	Live 'n' learn; and this time, the lesson is burned into my

> -- 
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> Know what I want?
> I want you to buy a CD from some starving artist.
> Yeah, I get a buck. So?

  Gary Kline  kline at  Public Service Unix

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