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Re: [Phpgroupware-users] Debian, pgw and php3

Subject: Re: [Phpgroupware-users] Debian, pgw and php3
Date: Fri, 20 Jun 2003 01:55:48 +0200
User-agent: Mozilla/5.0 (X11; U; Linux i686; en-US; rv:1.3.1) Gecko/20030618 Debian/1.3.1-3

It's very friendly of you !!!

First: can you explain me what you mean by "As of 16" !!! It's the second time you employ that and I don't understand what you mean.

Second: I give you (and all other to this ML) my mail adresse, you send me a mail and I send you my apache.conf

Do you agree with this?

I have no ftp server just a ssh server running on my box. I can also create an account in order you take my file and I delete this account when you have done.

Dave Hall wrote:
BOYER PASCAL <address@hidden> wrote:


Is there someone who use Linux, pgw and php3?

As of 16 support for php3 in phpgw will be dropped.

I have installed Mozilla-1.3.1, apache 1.3.27, phpgroupware,
and SPIP.

If I use php4 then phpgroupware work fine but SPIP
returns this message:

"You have chosen to open a file of type: application/x-httpd-php3 from
http://<my server name>/www/spipe/ecrire/

What should Mozilla do with this file:"

But this url works fine:
but it's a php3 file !!!!!

If I use php3 then SPIP works fine but phpgroupware
returns this message:

You have chosen to open a file of type: application/x-httpd-php from
http://<my server name>/www/...

What should Mozilla do with this file:

As I can't have both php3 and php4, what should I do to have php3 (for SPIP) and load the pgw php files?

And I think I set correctly the php extensions and the x-httpd-php(3)

Think you for your help

I seems like you do you not have php4 configured correctly.  Can you put
your apache.conf up on the net somewhere and post a link to it ... i
will look at it for you.



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