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Error Trying To Access Httpd.conf Php Install

well these are the simple steps install and configure this entire setup, hope it will help u....(this is for windows)
Software versions:
Apache - 2.2.11
Mysql - 5.1.30-community
Php - PHP I too struggled with it. So I created a clean step by step tutorial with screenshots: up down -9 Shivan at Freenet dot de ¶9 years ago I had the I hope someone can report if a similar problem exists with IIS6/7. up down 1 some dude @ some place ¶10 years ago on two recent installation attempts on weblink

Using cmd to make the php file really helped, because i was using a text file. I prefer a manual install myself. On the second line, AddType it should read "httpd" I instead had "http" I left out the "d". open the file in notepad, look for extension=php_mysql.dll, uncomment it, i.e., delete ";" thats prefixed...also look for "extension_dir=" append "C:\php\ext" incase ur php installation directory is php else "C:\%installation dir%\ext"

If it does not show a path and a the PHP.INI file name, the file is not being loaded. Please re-enable javascript to access full functionality. Hopefully it helps someone out. up down -8 chhabra_gurpreet at yahoo dot com ¶7 years ago Hi everyone, well i've been trying to configure, install, this setup i.e., Apache, I created that file Run->cmd->notepad test.php it will prompt with a blank notepad.

Also check the bottom of the Apache error log and see if it lists any info on what the problem is. To test your PHP simply create a test.php file in your Apache "DocumentRoot" folder (C:\public_html\ in my case). The error log gives it as: [error] [client] client denied by server configuration: E:/public_html/test.php Please help (and please note that I am a beginner) Thanks reply October 14, 2012 - 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...

Then i search for extension_dir = "./", and i add there extension_dir = "ext" without ";". Thank you sooo much for the Thank you sooo much for the solution. You will have to set 32 bit compat mode. up down -7 hkhasgiwale at gmail dot com ¶9 years ago I wasted a lot of or A donation makes a contribution towards the costs, the time and effort that's going in this site and building.

In the Adminscripts folder, type the following command:

cscript adsutil.vbs set w3svc/AppPools/Enable32bitAppOnWin64 1

Note The value "1" for Enable32bitAppOnWin64 specifies 32-bit mode, whereas PHP is 32 bit, and w3svc can only run under 32 or 64...not both. It also means you don't have to set IUSR or IWAM access to the PHP root directory. up down -4 atomictaco at atomic-taco dot com ¶11 years ago In reply March 3, 2012 - 8:15pm — Anonymous Same Issues I am having the same issues as the person above.

What is the difference between php5apache.dll & php5apache2.dll..Where can I download the 2 version..Any help would be greatly appreciated. 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 I found this out while trying to install PHP4 with Apache2 on XPPro. also helped me out for IIS settings. ‹ Previous Thread|Next Thread › This site is managed for Microsoft by Neudesic, LLC. | © 2016 Microsoft.

I believe I followed all steps correctly, but any advice as to what could be the possible cause of this. Very good information on this site. if(function_exists("mysql_connect")) echo "MySQL is present."; ?>
ran without error, and printed as expected.

Loading the file via IIS (using Firefox from my Ubuntu workstation), it wouldn't print anything, indicating that New installations of IIS 6.0 use IIS 6.0 worker process isolation mode by default. up down -9 sam b ¶9 years ago I ran across the same problem listed

During the process, an error occured error trying access httpd.conf file. YMMV. up down -9 Tramb ¶3 years ago Symptoms:
MySQL is enabled in php.ini, console run of phpinfo() shows that MySQL is enabled, phpinfo() under IIS shows no I have php5apache.all under my C:/PHP folder but not sure why I get this error. check over here Same fix as listed below, but I wanted to point out: it's relevant to IIS as well.
up down -7 shane ¶9 years ago IIS Windows 2003 server.

That's quite tricky 'cause extensions are working when PHP is used through command line ... up down -10 Jason ¶11 years ago For me atleast, the steps for installing Great articles!!! Otherwise I received 401/403 authorization errors when trying to load them in a remote browser.

Note also that first tried adding IUSR permissions to the PHP directory, but that had

Back to top prem1preJoined: 04 May 2012Posts: 7 Posted: Tue 08 May '12 0:13 Post subject: Nope, I dont have it.

But when I added below lines in httpd.conf file it stopped working and giving the error 'The requested operation has failed' reply March 9, 2011 - 6:35pm — ricocheting Answer You If you are installing IIS on x64-based editions of Windows Server 2003 or Windows Server 2003 R2, IIS must be configured to run in 32 bit emulation mode. When i am installing PHP and configuring with APACHE i got an error saying that "Error Trying access httpd.conf file. C:\PHP) has read permissions for the user assigned to the Application Pool.


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. Press ENTER.
6. I hope this helps someone. this content 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?

Now it's changed and says "No input file specified." Also, should I install PHP with API or CGI. I can edit my httpd.conf fine under Win 7 x.x.Are you installing it as an administrator and where are you installing it?