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This should happen automatically with PHP and Apache 1.3.x Unix: I installed PHP using RPMS, but Apache isn't processing the PHP pages! Restarting is what finally made it work. If you have this problem, the IIS administrator has probably run the IIS Lockdown tool as well as configured URLScan to reject this type of HTTP method when sent in a Several functions may not work.

For me on Windows 7, Apache 2.4.4 x86 along with PHP "" thread safe version only worked with each other. I have given the following commands in my apache config file, LoadModule php5_module "c:/php/php5apache.dll" PHPIniDir "c:/php" Also, let me know if you need any additional information. So I highly recommend you use the PHP Zip Package version. Thanks reply June 6, 2012 - 2:58am — Hellok Displays PHP Code, Doesn't Execute.

Some need --with-zlib , others do not. The PHP manual used to promote the copying of files into the Windows system directory, this is because this directory (C:\Windows, C:\WINNT, etc.) is by default in the system's PATH. It prompted me to save the file with a different file name, i then had to delete the original, and rename the file i saved.That was where i figured that i I get error "The requested operation has failed" #BEGIN PHP INSTALLER EDITS - REMOVE ONLY ON UNINSTALL PHPIniDir "C:/webserver/Apache2.2/php/" LoadModule php5_module "C:/webserver/Apache2.2/php/php5apache2_2.dll" AddType application/x-httpd-php .php #END PHP INSTALLER EDITS - REMOVE

If it still fails then it could be one of the following: File permissions on your PHP script, php.exe, php5ts.dll, php.ini or any PHP extensions you are trying to load are It's pretty much just a Windows file viewer that you access through your browser. No more trying to decide where the *real* php.ini or my.ini file is that needs to be changed. add a note FAQ General Information Mailing lists Obtaining PHP Database issues Installation The problem will be resolved.

Here is what to try (and feel free to reply to this post so we can figure it out): 1) What folder is your Apache configuration's DocumentRoot set to? Please re-enable javascript to access full functionality. What's going on here? If you want to use a threaded MPM, look at a FastCGI configuration where PHP is running in its own memory space.

If you pick a apache-needing extension you can always uninstall and re-run the installer. But my window is shown as Window 7 :D reply June 24, 2011 - 12:48pm — rizkyarap XP User 1) "C:/apache/htdocs" 2) I didn't put it in ("C:/public_html") instead in "C:/apache/htdocs" It is due to running a 32-bit ISAPI DLL under the 64-bit version of IIS 6, as documented here:

Solution: Flip the Metabase flag for Enable32bitAppOnWin64 The script file does not exist (or possibly isn't where you think it is relative to your web root directory).

If you installed it in some weird folder, it could be inheriting strange permissions. If php.ini is included within the PATH, it is being read. Either at the very beginning or end of the file add the following lines: (NOTE: be sure to change BOTH C:/php parts to the directory you installed your php to) LoadModule reply March 21, 2012 - 8:04am — Anonymous To the people who get to the To the people who get to the point of adding the below then apache wont start...

My PHP folder is as always C:\Program Files\PHP. works fine! I'm silly reply February 10, 2011 - 3:08am — Anonymous Error: 404 Not Found when loading test.php I seem to be having a problem with the last step though. Very good information on this site.

CONNECT. Execute the command: cscript IisExt.vbs /ListFile the php extension should be listed

If you try just step 4 without step 3 you get an error that the file is I'm not sure what to do!!?? If just a directory PATH exists, then it's not being read, and you should put your php.ini in that directory.

When you make the underlying framework more complex by not having completely separate execution threads, completely separate memory segments and a strong sandbox for each request to play in, further weaknesses You would, for example, set it with something like: --with-config-file-path=/etc And then you would copy php.ini-development from the distribution to /etc/php.ini and edit it to make any local changes you want. I really appreciate any help, Thanks reply June 6, 2012 - 3:43pm — ricocheting Answer Are you loading the PHP file with something like http://localhost/filename.php (make sure the address is not

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In this case, replace the line AddType application/x-httpd-php .php with: AddHandler php5-script php AddType text/html php This solution doesn't work for Apache 1 as PHP module doesn't catch php-script. Thank you sooo much for the Thank you sooo much for the solution. After you get PHP running correctly in the installation folder (using php -i) copy the php.ini file into the c:\winnt folder.

Here's what worked for me:

- Add PHP Thank You!

To alleviate this problem, perform the following:

1. Something went wrong when the server tried to run PHP. Forum New Posts FAQ Calendar Forum Actions Mark Forums Read Quick Links Today's Posts View Site Leaders What's New? If a script file does not exist then the server will return a 404 error instead.

Also make sure you modify your httpd.conf to load "php5apache2_4.dll" if you are using Apache 2.4.x. Is PHP incompatible with the Apache FrontPage extensions?