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in httpd.conf you need to add the line which states to load the php4 module on startup so apache renders the php pages rather than just try to "save as" which it is doing now. I made a thread on it earlier but i cant find it. I am using Ubuntu and ive used the LAMP guide on Ubuntu's wiki. What is the line i need to add to the httpd.conf to load the module and parse the php, phps extension.
Hmm did I say recompile the kernel? I was referring to Apache. I had that problem, I recompiled and it fixed it. So, anyway there is more than one way to solve a problem and I got mine working without a post...