Thanks, you are right. I used php.exe -v to confirm cgi version.
My query is what parameter do I use to specify host and port? That will have
the same effect as -b in php5.
Sorry if I didn't make it clear.
From: ?? [mailto:delm...@gmail.com]
Sent: Friday, June 05, 2009 8:24 AM
Subject: Re: [PHP] Listening on host:port - Windows
in php4,php.exe is the cgi version for default,and php-cli is the cli
in php5,php.exe is the cli version,and php-cgi is the cgi version
i think you can use php.exe instead of php-cgi.exe in php4
2009/6/5 John Fairley <j.fair...@bcs.org.uk>
I'm running my test server on Windows XP SP3 and have been successfully
running PHP 5 for some time using:
php-cgi.exe -b 127.0.0.1:10000
My live server is running on PHP 4.4 and that gives an incompatibility risk
in problem solving. So I've removed PHP 5 on my test server and have
installed PHP 4.4.9 but I can't find how I set host and port in php.
Running php -v has confirmed that this is the cgi-fcgi version.
I'm sure it's simple but I'm being driven nuts.