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Apparently, I had to give the full path /usr/sbin/apachectl -v to get it to work.
Shows Server version: Apache/2.0.51
BTW, reddazz, you are using Apache 2.2.x and not 2.0.x on your Suse 10.1 box which is probably why you are getting the version number in phpinfo. So far I havent seen the version number for Apache 2.0.x in phpinfo.
On my phpinfo page, Apache Version shows blank while Apache API Version shows 20020903.
Hi i am using apache vertion 3.Apache/2.0.40 which does not support html page to post with the server
after that I install apache 1.3.33 which support posting just by submitng the page but getting error message
Method Not Allowed
The requested method POST is not allowed for the URL /~extranet/ut/frt_tmp.php.
@prasanna_cpw: which linux distribution are you on?
- apache 1.33 is somewhat older. You could update it (not essential for your problem maybe).
- I'd say your php might not be installed (or configured) correctly.
If you have rpm packages on your distro do this to check what you have installed for php: