|jpeg||modules are loaded by the LoadModule directive, or compiled in. I'm not sure what your build requires, summatusmentis.|
rootx: then make the user and apache's user part of the same group, if you're sure that's what you need.
rootx: most people don't need apache to have write access to the files it serves.
|summatusmentis||jpeg: the issue seems to be that the new ServerRoot I specified doesn't have the modules needed. Is it possible that because I'm mounting this disk, that'd be the reason?|
|Covener||summatusmentis: the modules could be compiled in, or some operating systems might give that message if a dependent library can't be found|
|summatusmentis||Covener: I'm using gentoo, so it's very possible I borked it during install|
|jpeg||summatusmentis: the LoadModule directive takes a path relative to the serverroot. so yeah, if the modules aren't there, then... they aren't there. Can you find them under the old ServerRoot?|
|summatusmentis||jpeg: yeah, ok|
I guess I assumed they'd be in a central location(/etc) and then usable for any ServerRoot
just copy the modules/ dir to the new ServerRoot?
|Sazpaimon||so, I have a +FollowSymLinks in my .htaccess file, but it isn't doing anything|
anything I need to check in my logs?
|fajita||AllowOverride tells Apache what things you wish to permit in .htaccess files. See http://httpd.apache.org/docs/2.2/mod/core.html#allowoverride|
|Sazpaimon||I'm pretty sure I have that enabled|
rob1n, yeah I have allowoverride enabled for /home/*
|NemesisD||hi, the php folks sent me here. I'm trying to create an htaccess/htpasswd file in php but system('htpasswd -bc /var/www/htpasswd/.htpasswd user pass'); fails, i think because of permissions|
but both the directory and php file are 755
|megaspaz||owned by who?|
as well as you could have some open_basedir issue... *shrugs*
|fajita||MEGASPAZ MEGASPAZ MEGASPAZ MEGASPAZ MEGASPAZ MEGASPAZ MEGASPAZ COME TO ME!!!!!!|
|action||megaspaz is unsummonable|
|fajita||bounce! bounce! bounce!|
I am having problems opening phpmyadmin that is installed on my desktop, I have searched around and everything seems to point to apache as the problem, whenever I click the link to open phpmyadmin firefox tells me that it does not know what to do with a .phtml file
anybody know whats going on?
|megaspaz||add .phtml to your AddHandler application/x-httpd-php .php line|
then restart apache, clear your browser cache via the menu, and try again
|annibis||no I have already tried that|
and just tried it again
|fajita||Could you please give us a URL at which the behavior is demonstrated. This would help us troubleshoot the problem.|
|megaspaz||is php even working? with a regualr .php file?|
|Sazpaimon||crap, which option allows you to not have to use an extention on files when you request them|
FollowSymlinks or Multiviews