I see you posted to the thttpd list as well (CC to there too). I
wouldn't use php with thttpd as each request is serialized(Read the PHP
README). Use Apache (or Zeus - the latest press release says it has
improved PHP support) if you want to take advantage of PHP. thttpd is
very useful for static content but the speed gained by thttpd is eaten
away by using executed scripts.
>> I installed thttpd-2.21b with php-4.0.6. It's worked.
> Then I installed Zend Optimizer.
>> I've browse to Webdev's archives, and someone said
> the php.ini should be put on the same place with
> the wwww directory. Yes, it seems the php.ini gets
> parsed by thttpd. But, it still can't recognize zend
> Any idea?
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