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Old 11-28-2006, 02:39 AM   #1
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Installing Mediawiki: Apache won't read PHP files.

When I select a .php file in my wiki directory through my browser it just asks me if I want to save it, Apache doesn't run the php like it should. All the help in other topics about this problem seems to revolve around compiling Apache with flags in the first place.

Any help on how to resolve this problem while allowing apt to retain control over apache updates?
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