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BadGuyBadGuy Member Posts: 19
I installed apache 1.3.26 (newest apache 1 version) and it works like a charm... I kept my old (1.2.*) conf files I threw them back in with the new apache version... The config isn't considerd faulty by apache but somehow my PHP won't work anymore (wich was working in the previous apache version).

And for apache2 I couldn't get php to work on that neither. I couldn't find any documentation on installing php for apache2.

If someone could help me out with either please do (preferably the 1st one)

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  • jeskejeske Member Posts: 23
    : I installed apache 1.3.26 (newest apache 1 version) and it works like a charm... I kept my old (1.2.*) conf files I threw them back in with the new apache version... The config isn't considerd faulty by apache but somehow my PHP won't work anymore (wich was working in the previous apache version).
    :
    : And for apache2 I couldn't get php to work on that neither. I couldn't find any documentation on installing php for apache2.
    :
    : If someone could help me out with either please do (preferably the 1st one)
    :

    Could you provide more info? Is this on Windows, Linux, BSD? What version of PHP are you using? Were you using PHP as a module (mod_php)? Did you build the new version of Apache with PHP support?

    Jeff
  • BadGuyBadGuy Member Posts: 19
    : : I installed apache 1.3.26 (newest apache 1 version) and it works like a charm... I kept my old (1.2.*) conf files I threw them back in with the new apache version... The config isn't considerd faulty by apache but somehow my PHP won't work anymore (wich was working in the previous apache version).
    : :
    : : And for apache2 I couldn't get php to work on that neither. I couldn't find any documentation on installing php for apache2.
    : :
    : : If someone could help me out with either please do (preferably the 1st one)
    : :
    :
    : Could you provide more info? Is this on Windows, Linux, BSD? What version of PHP are you using? Were you using PHP as a module (mod_php)? Did you build the new version of Apache with PHP support?
    :
    : Jeff
    :

    I'm using win32 PHP 4.2.1 wanting to run it as a module.... And Building does not apply with win32

  • jeskejeske Member Posts: 23
    : : : I installed apache 1.3.26 (newest apache 1 version) and it works like a charm... I kept my old (1.2.*) conf files I threw them back in with the new apache version... The config isn't considerd faulty by apache but somehow my PHP won't work anymore (wich was working in the previous apache version).
    : : :
    : : : And for apache2 I couldn't get php to work on that neither. I couldn't find any documentation on installing php for apache2.
    : : :
    : : : If someone could help me out with either please do (preferably the 1st one)
    : : :
    : :
    : : Could you provide more info? Is this on Windows, Linux, BSD? What version of PHP are you using? Were you using PHP as a module (mod_php)? Did you build the new version of Apache with PHP support?
    : :
    : : Jeff
    : :
    :
    : I'm using win32 PHP 4.2.1 wanting to run it as a module.... And Building does not apply with win32
    :
    :

    What's happening with PHP? Can you not get it to run at all, or does it run with lots of warnings and errors? Have you been using PHP 4.2.1 with Apache 1.2.x, or are you upgrading PHP also? As you're probably aware, the way that PHP handles global variables changed with 4.2.x, which means that it breaks a lot of scripts that formerly worked with older versions of PHP.
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