After a few days of silent contemplation, I chose to reinstall the OS. I grabbed a freshly minted copy of Fedora 7 and proceeded to do the install/update process. Once everything was installed, I pulled up a php page to test out if the original problem was gone - to my shock and amazement it wasn't. Any other computer to can view the pages that my system serves up (php and all) and it works great. If I try to view any PHP page (that is served by that system) it comes up with the error. Any PHP page that isn't on that system works just fine.
The error I'm getting is as follows:
You have chosen to open
which is a: PHP script
What should firefox do with this file?
Save to disk
I get the same from whatever browser I use (even Lynx). What am I missing? Anyone have any ideas?