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I just installed and apache2 and php4. I used apt-get to install them and apache2 is working fine. php4, however, is not going too great. I installed all the necessary packages. The documentation says it should work out of the box and no extra configuration is required but when ever I try and load my page the browser tells me I have chosen to open the file index.php and asks me if I want to open it or save it to a disk.
did the server give any messages when u had changed the
LoadModule line in httpd.conf?
u have to restart the server to make the changes in httpd.conf work.
another possible error might be, that there are different versions of apache available on your box and the httpd.conf belongs to the other server. but if httpd.conf resides in sth like apache2 directory u can count this idea out.
Nope, no messages at all from apache. And yes, I did restart the server (apache2ctl stop && apache2ctl start). I only have apache2 installed. And another thing. It did give me an error when I first tried the LoadModule thing, then I changed the path and doesn't give the error anymore so it must be reading the config file and loading the module, right?