> -----Original Message-----
> From: Donncha O Caoimh [mailto:donncha.ocaoimh at tradesignals.com]
> Subject: [CLUG] 'twas a dark, stormy night..
> And again, going off-topic, has anyone got mod_gzip working? I had it
> working on a Linux server here, but on a Solaris box, where I had to
> compile it and php3 into Apache (using DSO, Apache wouldn't
> compile) it
> refused to compress any content, except for a txt file I
> threw up on the
If I understand you correctly, you wanted your php pages to be decompressed
and parsed? If so, then the answer is that it can't, as far as I know, be
done. Modules can't be chained in that fashion. Apache 2.0 will be able do
stuff like that, since they've got some kind of new filtering architecture.
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