Donncha O Caoimh wrote:
>> Just put PHP4 RC1 on a server here and it works well enough, but
> everytime I go to a directory url (say http://test/ instead of
>http://test/index.php) Netscape brings up a file requester to save the
> Looking at the saved file I see that the file hasn't been processed
> (still contains PHP code).
> There's only an index.php file in the directory I'm looking at ..
>> Anyone had this problem?
Unless you add something along the lines of :
AddType application/x-httpd-php4 .php4
into your Apache config, the server will just interpret the file as
something to be served as normal, your web-browser will realise that
it's not a normal HTML file, and will ask you where you want to save.
Make sure the php module is loaded and tell Apache about what a php
file looks like, and you should be fine.
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