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    Question apache php sends text file

    Hello,

    I installed php and apache a while ago I think using the "lamp pattern install". I'm on suse 11.4 and apache is 2.2.17

    I recently tried to get the php interpreter to work. In Yast2 http setup I see that php5 is in the modules list and enabled. Home directory is set to a folder in my home dir: home/alex/web/testSite

    error log after restart:
    Fri Dec 09 15:24:28 2011] [notice] Apache/2.2.17 (Linux/SUSE) PHP/5.3.5 configured -- resuming normal operations

    I placed a file info.php that holds only a call to phpinfo(); in the directory above.

    When navigating to the file, I get no php output, indeed the actual text is sent and all i see is a blank page. The view source in browser shows the code.
    HTML placed in this folder renders fine.

    Am I missing something? Are there more settings somewhere for php?

    Thanks for your insights!
    Last edited by bananapeal; 09-Dec-2011 at 13:45. Reason: added details

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    Default Re: apache php sends text file

    Did you enclose the PHP code inside tags: i.e. <?php phpinfo(); ?>

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    Default Re: apache php sends text file

    Quote Originally Posted by ken_yap View Post
    Did you enclose the PHP code inside tags: i.e. <?php phpinfo(); ?>
    I did but had a space after the ? such as <? php ...

    Thanks for pointing that out. That said, yast2 rocks. Just got this running in kubuntu with a cli and it was a tad time consuming... yast2 point n click!

    I feel silly. must go not stare at computers for awhile.

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