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I'm using Debian and have apache, php4 and mysql installed (via apt-get). I've put the info.php to my /var/www directory (info.php contains phpinfo() to test my install), opened up mozilla firefox and entered: http://localhost/info.php
what happens is that firefox doesn't seem to recognize the php file and opens up the download prompt, same thing happens in IE in my WinME box.
Not too familiar with apt-get installation of these
tools, but it may well be that your apache doesn't
know anything about php yet ... found any relevant
references to php in httpd.conf (that is either an
include mod_php.conf or direct entries for addModule
and addType application)....?