On Tue, Feb 05, 2002 at 09:49:05PM +0000, Gavin McCullagh wrote:
>> Hi all,
>> I wonder could I get some help. I have php running as a cgi (don't ask).
It's common enough, makes sense sometimes, especially with suexec, or
if you need an extra bloated php with stuff like gd that you dont
want in a mod_php that has to be that little bit extra fast
> For whatever reason unless I put
>> at the top of each script, nothing will work ("Internal Server
> Error"). This would be fine
how is an internal server error fine ? is the file extension properly
added as a cgi, as in
AddHandler cgi-script [previous contents, .cgi .. etc] .php
also worth doing
DirectoryIndex [previous contents, .html .. etc] index.php
or whataver extension you use, does the script have execute permissions, and readable
and stuff ? does it work from cmdline ?
> that PHP echoes this path onto the webpage.
an old problem with some of php3 and some of php4, fixed with the
latest php binaries, at least for us :) it also happens if mod_php
runs the scripts, that could be it too, above will fix it.
unless this is happening because apache thinks it's plaintext,
> How can I
>> a) remove the path? I'm guessing it's something configured wrong in
could be that up there :)
>> b) get it not to echo it
same again :)
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