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Once again, there are no errors in the PHP script.
Error reporting is turned on, error logging is turned on, and errors are set to E_ALL. I use these scripts all the time, and this is a configuration issue somewhere between the Apache 1 install and the new PHP install. I am hoping that somebody here can help me figure out what's going on. The second I turn on Apache 2 instead, everything works. I even use the exact same php.ini file for both Apache 1 and Apache 2.
<?php phpinfo(); ?> in the test page works, but *no other scripting, anywhere, on any page, is parsed*. The page simply stops loading where the scripting starts.
Originally posted by duerra [Thu Jan 22 17:28:14 2004] [warn] module mod_php4.c is already added, skipping
[Thu Jan 22 17:28:14 2004] [warn] module mod_ssl.c is already added, skipping
These are no big deal. What versions of PHP and Apache are you using and on what distro? All these errors are telling you is that the php and ssl modules are being loaded twice.
On to your other problem: What is the HTML result if you do a "View Source"? Swaret claims to need quite a few supporting modules loaded up, do you have them all?
Software you need to use swaret:
- You need Slackware Linux 8.1 or Higher or Current.
- You need slackware/a/pkgtools.
- You need slackware/a/bash.
- You need slackware/n/wget and/or slackware/n/rsync.
- You need other tools like:
>> slackware/a/coreutils or fileutils or textutils