apache, standard conf

apache, standard conf

Post by tonton » Wed, 12 Mar 2003 09:14:44



anybody can help me with a huuuugh f*cking problem?

i installed apache and php4 an mysql, on a debian woody dist. on a obsolete
compaq laptop

now i'm heaving this problem, u should refer to your php.ini file in your
config loadmodule right?

i'm doing this but he gives errors on it, so i don't get why, and i even
installed webmin to see if a standart sollution could fix it but it didn't
so anybody had this problem? it's prolly some stupid thing but i'm just
about to bust my laptop cause i don't know what it is...

if anybody is running php4 on apache 1.3.26 could you plz post the line i
have to add to load the php module?

or maybe it's something else

TIA

greetz


 
 
 

apache, standard conf

Post by asadche » Wed, 12 Mar 2003 10:04:14


On Tue, 11 Mar 2003 00:14:44 GMT


> now i'm heaving this problem, u should refer to your php.ini file in your
> config loadmodule right?

If your problem is not being able to load php4 module onto apache here is some hints:

debian:~# apacheconfig
..............................................
Pondering........................................ done.
Save these changes to the configuration files? [Y/n] y
debian:~# less /etc/apache/httpd.conf | grep php4.so
# LoadModule php4_module /usr/lib/apache/1.3/libphp4.so

Remove # in that line and you are good to go.

 
 
 

apache, standard conf

Post by tonton » Wed, 12 Mar 2003 15:39:25


ok thx,

that was the problem, i messed it up and i couldn't find the standard config

but yet another problem, (i hadnd had the chance to look it up so i'm asking
anyways now i'll look tonight google is my friend :-))

my php doesn't support the used database??? i installed php with apt-get an
the mysql database too, i want to install phpBB2, but gives an error that
the db is not supproted.

anybody been there?

thx

greetz



> On Tue, 11 Mar 2003 00:14:44 GMT

> > now i'm heaving this problem, u should refer to your php.ini file in
your
> > config loadmodule right?

> If your problem is not being able to load php4 module onto apache here is
some hints:

> debian:~# apacheconfig
> ..............................................
> Pondering........................................ done.
> Save these changes to the configuration files? [Y/n] y
> debian:~# less /etc/apache/httpd.conf | grep php4.so
> # LoadModule php4_module /usr/lib/apache/1.3/libphp4.so

> Remove # in that line and you are good to go.