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Monday February 11, 2002
07:53 PM

PHP is Kickin' Me Arse

[ #2793 ]
Yes, the Apache/PHP/mod_perl saga continues . . .

Let's see. I've compiled and installed mod_perl and apache. Then I configured and installed PHP, then reconfigured apache (yes, with the --activate and --enable flags for both mod_perl and PHP). *crash* apachectl says it started, but ps reveals no running httpd. error log shows nothing.

Then I tried it with just mod_perl. Success.

Now I'm trying it with just PHP. So far, diddle. apachectl says it started, but it's not running and the error log is silent.


Now my .pl scripts are working, but .php results in a "connection to host is broken" error message. Oh, and .html files result in "you don't have permission to access" errors. Good lord! It really IS brain surgery! Grrr.......

Update: PHP is finally working . . . now to plug mod_perl into it . . . be very careful . . .

Oh, for crying out loud . . . PHP by itself works. mod_per by itself works. PHP and mod_perl is shit. It's either or, but not both.

Anybody got a how-to that I can follow for just PHP and mod_perl? This sucks . . . .

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