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PHP 4.2.0 in Apache 2.0 for Linux/Unix

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Submitted on: 5/7/2002 8:53:08 PM
By: $t0rm  
Level: Intermediate
User Rating: Unrated
Compatibility:PHP 4.0

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     As many of you have unhappily figured out, Apache 2.0 broke the PHP DSO module, even the latest version. This article describes a hack I use to run PHP on the latest and greatest Apache.

 
 
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Here's my disclaimer: THIS IS NOT THE BEST WAY TO DO THIS! When the next PHP release comes out, switch to it. For now, use this system. The old way generally involved dynamically linking libphp4.so as a module into Apache. Unfortunately, Apache 2.0 changed how modules interface with the server, so they are broken. I decided to adopt the IIS (ewww!) way, which is running the php interpreter program. I added a few lines to my httpd.conf file:
    ScriptAlias /php/ "/php-install-dir/" 
    Action application/x-httpd-php "/php/php" 
    AddType application/x-httpd-php .php
    

On my machine, php-install-dir is /php/php-4.2.0/, this is the directory where the php interpreter executable is (please note: the user running the Apache daemon must have access to this directory. I checked the Apache directory with ps aux). To enable the changes, execute the following commands:
    /apache-install-dir/bin/apachectl stop
    /apache-install-dir/bin/apachectl start
    

If start fails the first time, wait a few seconds and restart. Magically, all of your .php files are fixed!!!

Happy coding!

 
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5/8/2002 12:59:32 AM:Ivan Z
This is not a hack, it is the CGI method which is no way recommended on production server or even a test one due to many flaws. The Apache 2 module for win32 is already out. Apache 2.0 should not be used for production servers since the first release was quite recent, I would wait at least a few months before switching to it.
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5/10/2002 8:36:18 PM:$t0rm
It's for Linux, and the latest is always the greatest, if it's a final.
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6/17/2002 1:13:10 PM:
$t0rm, if the latest and greatest version is always a final, then why do you call the beta the lastest and greatest. And that is not always true. WinME is definatly worse than 98se.
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