localhost 6.2-RELEASE FreeBSD 6.2-RELEASE#0: Thu Aug 30
13:20:27 UTC 2007 root@:/usr/src/sys/i386/compile/VIL i386
I have been using apache, PHP and mysql for years with no problems. I
just suffered a computer crash and my backup failed, so I had to
reinstall. However, now I have a problem. I tried "pkg_add -r php5"
and the latest PHP5 from www.php.net(www.php.net used to work, but that
was before php5 existed). If I access phpinfo() with my browser, it
fails. When I try to run a PHP script, I get the error:
> The following CGI application misbehaved by not
> returning a complete set of HTTP headers.
> The headers it did not return are:
> This error message means PHP failed to output anything at all. To
> get to a sensible error message, change to the PHP executable directory
> and run PHP -i. If php has any problems running, then a suitgable error
> message will be displayed which will give a clue as to what needs to be
> done next. If you get a screen full of HTML codes, then PHP is working.
> Once PHP is working on the command line, try accessing the script once
> again. If it still fails then it could be one of the following:
> *The file permissions on your script, php.ini, or any extensions
> trying to load are such that the anonymous internet user
> ISUR_<machinename> cannot access them.
> *The script file does not exit (or possible isn't where you think
> it is relative to your web root directory). If the script does not
> exit then the server will return a 404 error instead.
I didn't get the 404 error, so I think my script exits. When I typed
I received 4 pages of HTML code. This means PHP works. I tried
my browser and still nothing. I have been fighting this for 3 weeks and
reinstalled many times. I tried this on FreeBSD-5.4, 6.1 and 6.2. All
operating systems produce the same result.
I found out that apache runs in a jail and uses chroot. I added the
it says and still nothing.
This is where I get stuck. Thanks in advance for any help.
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