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Old 02-15-2006, 12:11 PM   #1
mago
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Virtual Directory Support with PHP


Hello,

Here I go again.

Here is the thing, I had to recompile apache, php, mysql and postgres with mod_resin.so.


While I was testing to be sure that everything was ok and so it seemed, I notice that the phpinfo says "Virtual Directory Support: Disable", and after looking around the php.net and google all the way I haven't found how to enable it and to he completly honest not totaly sure that it is what it suggests because I tested and the Virtual Directorys with Apache work fine but since is going to be a production server I want the bases cover.


Any ideas anyone, they are all welcome.
 
  


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