Currently the entry is
LoadModule php4_module libexec/libphp4.so
I appended x-httpd-php .php .phtml to AddType application/
Restarted the apache server, but the result is the same. I cannot get to
display php pages.
On 2/23/07, david.howe at howesystems.com <david.howe at howesystems.com> wrote:
>> Hi Walter,
>> Also ensure that you restart apache2. Its easy to overlook.
>> David Howe
>>>> Walter Faleiro writes:
>> > Hi,
> > Currently I am trying to configure a software that displays license
> > for various tools. My base OS is FC4, which had httpd2.0 installed.
> > While trying to check for php capabilities a link
> > http://localhost/test.phpshowed me the php configuration. Of course
> > the file
> > test.php had the relevant info on what to display. I redid a install
> > source for Apache, PHP, Mysql. But now when I try to check
> > http://localhost/test.php, its showing me the contents of the file,
> > instead
> > of the php configuration.
> > Can someone assist me in what changes I need to do to Apache to get it
> > running.
> > Thank,
> > --W
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