how to enable php on apache??? centos
|Evolution||Feeling: install the php packages you need, then restart apache.|
|Feeling||well i made that and doesn't work|
|Evolution||it works fine here.|
are you using a control panel like cpanel?
|Evolution||then you'll want to double check that it does not interfere.|
many control panels rebuild large portions of the application layer, like apache and php.
or in some cases, they can install conflicting versions.
|bobnn||but that's part of the educational value!|
|action||bobnn senks around and install cpanel *and* plesk on Evolution's machine|
|bobnn||senks around and install cpanel *and* plesk on Evolution's machine|
|Feeling||evolution: but ispconfig have compatibility with centos 4.4|
|Evolution||Feeling: with the OS, yes. possibly not with the application layer.|
did it install its own version of apache?
doesn't work it
|Evolution||please put more than 3 words on a line.|
|Evolution||I can't follow what you're thinking.|
|Feeling||well i installed php by yum, and seems to down 't work|
|Evolution||unless you've REALLY changed the httpd.conf file installing the php rpms and restarting apache works.|
|LuvRedheads||that's strange php worked fine outta the box for me on my 20 or so servers|
|Evolution||because the default httpd.conf has an include statement for conf.d which is where the php.conf files are.|
|Feeling||what changes do i have to make on httpd.conf|
|Evolution||this gets included and from there it 'just works'|
Feeling: you don't have to make any.
it works out of the box.
|Feeling||how do i know if have all the php packages necessary????|
sry my bad english
|donavan||LuvRedheads: thats probably because Evolution was holding your hand and being a super hero to you|
|Evolution||look at what your application requires, and check your log files to see if there are any php function errors.|
|LuvRedheads||nope evie has never needed to help me ;)|
|Feeling||evolution where i can see the log???|