Originally Posted by evo2
phpinfo() is an ok way to check. You can't see anything because it is not successfully installed or configured.
Ok, so you need to install it.
Thanks Evo but The problem is it displays the phpinfo(); output. A big page with version information on it(thats what i expect as per the php installation steps). Does that mean apache and php is configured properly ? mysql runs ok when i execute sql queries on terminal mode, but the moment i run a small query through php, it just displays the output of html code even if its within the php tags. I have followed the configuration steps and since 'CRTS' (who has been really helpful during the entire thread) mentioned about gcc to be installed and so did you, i hope that the compiling will take place if i manage to install it correctly.
But i repeat one of my queries again, is there any command to view all the three services to be configured properly ? for eg. something that might display a link between the 3 (apache,mysql&php). Since I am unsure whether the php configuration with mysql has been successfully done or not. Looking forward to your helpful replies.