Any replies I send to PHP-INSTALL list, I get the follow response: Any ideas why this is happening ?
-------- Original Message -------- Subject: Re: [PHP-INSTALL] installation problem with php and Apache [Incident:100331-000506] Date: Wed, 31 Mar 2010 06:48:44 -0400 (EDT) From: Abuse Department <postab...@mailca.custhelp.com> Reply-To: Abuse Department <postab...@mailca.custhelp.com> To: li...@itech7.com * Response* ********** This is an automated reply to your message to Email Abuse. ********** Your message has been delivered to our email abuse department. This department handles complaints from users that are receiving unwanted email. We try our best to investigate all reports of abuse. If we determine that the email you reported was in fact sent from an email address at one of our domains, or by way of computers operated by us, we will take the appropriate action. If you did not include the original "message headers" along with your message, please do so by replying to this message, leaving the subject line intact (which contains our tracking identification), and including all email headers. Email headers show specific details regarding the source provider, path, originating program, and destination of the message which is not shown within the TO: and FROM: address fields of the email. Unfortunately, "spammers" use a variety of techniques to mask an email's actual point of origin, such as by forging information to make it appear as though the email originated from a domain that is well recognized across the Internet. Accordingly, the information in the header is very helpful in assisting us in our investigation. We regret any inconvenience this may have caused and appreciate you bringing this matter to our attention. Regards, The Email Abuse Department * Discussion Thread* * Customer (Nilesh Govindarajan)* 03/31/2010 06:48 AM On 03/31/2010 01:41 PM, Henryk Cichy wrote: > Dear Sir, > > I would like to start programming using PHP,Apatche and MySql but I > couldn't start PHP. > I installed Apache v.2.2.15 ( directory c:\apatche2.2). It works. > I installed PHP 5.2.13 for Windows to directory "c:/php" and add : > > PHPIniDir = "c:/php/" > LoadModule php5_module "c:/php/php5apache2_2.dll" > AddType application/x-httpd-php .php > > to httpd.conf.After this change, the service of Apatche couldn't start. > I get error: service specific error code nr 1. > > According to "install.txt" , I should use "php.ini-production" ( or > php.ini-development) for php.ini . > Unfortunatelly, there are only "php.ini-recommended" and > "php.ini-dist" files (maybe you should change install.txt file). I > copied "php.ini-recommended" to php.ini file and add line: > doc_root = c:/apatche2.2/htdocs > > I also added path "c:\php" to windows enviromnent path and copied > php.ini and copied this file and "php5ts.dll" to "Windows\System32" > catalog. > This all I can do. > I use Windows XP Services Pack 2 or 3 (2 computers). > > Henryk. I think you need to put the PHPIniDir directive after the LoadModule one. Try it out. -- Nilesh Govindarajan Site & Server Administrator www.itech7.com ???????????? ???????????? ???????????? ! ?????? ????????????: ?????????????????? ???????????? ! -- Nilesh Govindarajan Site & Server Administrator www.itech7.com मेरा भारत महान ! मम भारत: महत्तम भवतु ! -- PHP General Mailing List (http://www.php.net/) To unsubscribe, visit: http://www.php.net/unsub.php