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Apache Update Crashes PHP 5

Discussion in 'EasyApache' started by Chriz1977, Oct 18, 2006.

  1. Chriz1977

    Chriz1977 Well-Known Member

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    Hi

    Ive just updated Apache using Software -> Apache Update. I chose to upgrade to PHP 5 but now when you go to a website using php the browser asks what program to open the page with.
    Can anyone help?

    Cheers
    Chriz
     
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    That means Php wasn't compiled successfully. You'll have to see what were the errors, if any reported, and fix them.
     
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    Funnily enough it worked if I rebuilt an older version. Could this mean a configuration error that will prevent me upgrading to PHP5? Also, where can I find the log files fopr the build?
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    Either PHP wasn't compiled successfully or the module isn't being loaded (for module installs) ...

    Check your httpd.conf file for a "LoadModule" line for PHP and make sure it is NOT commented out!

    If you are using SuPHP or phpSuExec then disregard what I just said and it's probably more likely
    that PHP didn't compile succesfully and for that I would recommend a manual install of PHP 5 as
    opposed to using EasyApache or EasyPHP because those are not so "Easy".
     
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