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Old 10-12-2006, 02:53 PM   #1
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Problem opening PHP Pages

Whenever I open a PHP page, such as, in Epiphany or Firefox it loads the page in Screem XML/HTML Editor. It won't load the page for me to view. Any clues?
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Sounds like a problem with your MIME types, try disabling Screem for being default editor of .php files. This can be done in Firefox under "Options->Downloads" I believe.
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I agree it is a mime problem, but I don't see php under the Download->View & Edit options. I just see media extensions there. AVI, MP3, OGG, FLI, etc.
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Well I got it fixed by reading some of the similar threads. By deleting ~/.mozilla/firefox/<profile>.default/mime-types.rdf it resets them all, and fixed my problem.
Old 10-13-2006, 10:08 PM   #5
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Find any PHP file. Right click it and select Properties. Click the open with tab and you'll be able to select the default application for that mime type. Use the +Add button if the application you want is registered for that mime type.


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