Debian Etch + Apache + PHP5 + MySQL = Fail?
Albeit, I am not a pro at every single Apache2 directive however I have planned, deployed and configured many Linux webservers using many different distributions. ie, Slackware, RedHat, Gentoo, CentOS & more.
I am currently planning a Debian LAMP deploy for testing purposes, ie Debian in the enterprise. The installation process is nice (aptitude/apt-get) however the configuration is very different than what I am used to. Anyway, once I figured out the lay out and where everything I need is I proceeded to set up a vhost that will be used to test knowledgeroot (two birds, one stone).
It wants you to download: application/x-httpd-php when attempting to access the webpage.
BTW, the DocumentRoot is the knowledgeroot directory.
I have been all over the net with this. Any help is welcomed.
Here is the link if you would like to see what I am talking about.
And it does not matter if I use the default page or a different vhost/documentroot.
As soon as I get php involved this occurs. Also I have already commented and uncommented out AddType and LoadModule directives that are mentioned on other forums.
Well Debian is my new favorite Desktop distro.
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