|tok3n||hey on freebsd where is the httpd conf?|
|elliottcable||Now a weird error - "Invalid command 'Order', perhaps misspelled or defined by a module not included in the server configuration"|
Order? isn't that sort of lol DEFAULT? lol
I'm an idiot. Ignore that question.
|Daveman||Hmm, who's in charge of mod_authz...|
|DrBacchus||Daveman: Nobody is "in charge" of any Apache module.|
|Daveman||yeah yeah, I know|
Come on though, you always have to have a scapegoat to which complaints can be thrown at ;)
|DrBacchus||That's not intended to be a philosophical response. It's the reality.|
If you wish to complain about it, there are two mailing lists for that purpose.
dev@ and users@ httpd.apache.org
Depending on the nature of the complaint.
anybody know cluster?
|tengulre||I have 3 server running apahce+tomcat+j2ee+mysql,how to setting the cluster?|
|rainabba_||I'm trying to start a fairly vanilla install of apache on FC5 and getting load errors for the modules (mod_access, mod_auth, etc...). There a quick way to get/install the modules instead of disabling them?|
|action||Daveman waves to megaspaz|
|Daveman||waves to megaspaz|
|action||megaspaz waves back :)|
|megaspaz||waves back :)|
|dbw||hello, i have what i suspect is a very simple problem: for some reason (since i updated apache2) whenever i go to a php or html page on my website, the browser wants to download it instead of displaying it... where do i fix this??|
i've looked through apache2.conf and mods-enabled but i didn't see anything relevant afaik
what exactly controls which files are downloads and which are viewed in-browser?
(i mean, besides the browser. this problem is the same on firefox linux, firefox windows, safari mac, and ie windows.... so not a browser problem imo)
|action||dbw listens to pin drop :-\|
|dbw||listens to pin drop :-\|
|fajita||a2enmod php5 is 6supposed to take care of that addhandler/addtype thing|
|dbw||all This module does not exist!|
all right thanks mates
|fajita||debian php is here http://wiki.apache.org/httpd/ScratchPad/DebianPHP|
|dbw||i'll work on that|
|megaspaz||apt-get install libapache2-mod-php5|
assuming you've installed php5 earlier
|dbw||i'm running sudo apt-get install php5-apache2-mod-bt, actually|