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Now it's changed and says "No input file specified." Also, should I install PHP with API or CGI. Thanks a lot!! (sorry for the late reply. Other than that, everything you did looks fine and I don't eally have any suggestions. Reason: add moer to my question Faq Reply With Quote May 8th, 2009,12:42 AM #11 No Profile Picture EdCompSci View Profile View Forum Posts Registered User Devshed Newbie (0 http://vgadownload.com/error-trying/error-trying-access-httpd-conf-php.html
On the second line, AddType it should read "httpd" I instead had "http" I left out the "d". Save the new MSI file. 9. please reopen the config file and doublecheck (in my example I used "C:/public_html") 2) Did you put the PHP file in the DocumentRoot folder from question #1? 3) If you put reply March 3, 2012 - 8:15pm — Anonymous Same Issues I am having the same issues as the person above. Get More Info
The APACHEDIR is being reset because the MSI file may be wrong. Several functions may not work. Installing PHP automatically edits httpd.conf and adds PHPIniDir.
What should I do? For the Signature field, type "apacheconf" (without the quotes). 7. Back to top Apache Forum Index -> Other Software Page 1 of 1 Sign In Join Search IIS Home Downloads Learn Reference Solutions Technologies .NET Framework ASP.NET PHP Media http://www.visualwin.com/PHP/ also helped me out for IIS settings. ‹ Previous Thread|Next Thread › This site is managed for Microsoft by Neudesic, LLC. | © 2016 Microsoft.
httpd.conf files have several directives which limit the scope of a directive, most notably
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. Generally, I just scratch my head at PHP, and make sure the directives are in there somewhere... ^_^ Faq Reply With Quote December 20th, 2007,08:11 PM #5 No Profile Picture PHP 5 Download & Unpack Download and install PHP from http://windows.php.net/download/, you should grab the newest VC6 x86 Thread Safe zip package (VC6 is on the bottom half of the page). To fix this, you need to do the following (after making a copy of the original MSI file): 1.
Skip to content Advanced search Board index Change font size FAQ Register Login Information The requested topic does not exist. Discover More I believe I've followed every step exactly, but when I restart Apache, I get an error: "The requested operation failed!"  I had installed the wrong Apache version (httpd-2.0.64-win32-x86-no_ssl). reply March 1, 2012 - 3:57am — ricocheting Answer Run the "Test Configuration" shortcut in the Start Menu and see if it lists anything specific. reply March 9, 2011 - 6:00pm — ricocheting Answer: What to try (feedback wanted) I've had multiple people complaining that when they try to load http://localhost/test.php they receive a 404 error
Great tutorial! Also check the bottom of the Apache error log and see if it lists any info on what the problem is. I open httpd.conf and add : LoadModule php5_module "C:/php/php5apache2_2.dll" AddType application/x-httpd-php .php PHPIniDir "C:/php" then i add this one: DirectoryIndex index.php index.html default.html Then i try to Restart Apache, but Apache check over here After multiple tries over several versions, my conclusion it is NOT worth the tiny bit of time it saves.
To fix this, you need to do the following (after making a copy of the original MSI file): 1. I also thought that to restart Apache all I had to do was close the Monitor. Check this:http://news.softpedi...he2-62975.shtml Back to top #4 Maq Maq Advanced Member Administrators 9,406 posts LocationPennsylvania, USA Posted 28 October 2010 - 12:36 PM Just FYI, this post was from over 3 years
This has been driving me nuts.
If you don't have the Windows SDK Windows Installer components, specifically Orca.exe, you will need to download the SDK[/url]. In my case: doc_root = "C:\public_html" Scroll down about 7 more lines and change the extension_dir from extension_dir = "./" to the location of the ext directory after you unzipped PHP. I'm having an issue with Step 5 (Editing Apache Conf File). this content You need the thread safe version to get the php5apache*.dll files Back to top prem1preJoined: 04 May 2012Posts: 7 Posted: Tue 08 May '12 2:57 Post subject: I get this error.."Error
Thanks reply June 6, 2012 - 2:58am — Hellok Displays PHP Code, Doesn't Execute. In answer to your questions: 1) I also used C:\public_html for DocumentRoot 2) yes I put the php file in C:\public_html 3) nope, test.html does not work 4) yes, the html For the FileName field, type "httpd.conf" (without the quotes). 8. 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...
Next, note that there is a signature table in the left frame. Back to top glsmithModeratorJoined: 16 Oct 2007Posts: 2023 Posted: Tue 08 May '12 1:11 Post subject: you must have downloaded the non-thread safe version (nts). Very good information on this site.