I am on Mac OS 10.6
I found the logs using the console. It was pretty easy and displays nicely.
I am reviewing the entries now.
Thanks for your help.
On Jun 3, 2010, at 1:55 PM, Shreyas wrote:
> Do you know where Apache is installed? If yes, you have something like
> error.log and access.log. Find them and nail them them down.
> I am a novice, too and the best way to learn is to answer here and getting
> corrected by other PHP gurus! So, all in the name of learning! :)
> On Thu, Jun 3, 2010 at 11:28 PM, Steve Marquez <smarq...@marquez-design.com>
> Strangest thing... it just started working again. Odd.
> Is there an easy way to view the error logs? As you can tell, I am still a
> novice at this.
> I am on Apache2
> Thanks for your help.
> Steve Marquez
> Marquez Design
> e-mail: smarq...@marquez-design.com
> web: http://www.marquez-design.com
> phone: 479-648-0325
> On Jun 3, 2010, at 9:53 AM, Jim Lucas wrote:
> > Steve Marquez wrote:
> >> Good morning,
> >> I have a PHP form that I have been using for some time now on a Macbook
> >> Pro running PHP 5.3.1 and MySQL 5.0.5 and everything was working fine. But
> >> this morning, when I submitted (it is a journaling application) it came up
> >> with the following error:
> >> No such file or directory
> >> Can anyone point me in the right direction to fix this? Have you ever seen
> >> this before?
> >> Thanks,
> >> Steve Marquez
> > Where exactly did you see this error?
> > 1) In your browser when you tried loading the form?
> > 2) In your browser when you submitted the form?
> > 3) In the error logs of your web server?
> > Other questions:
> > What type of web server are you running?
> > Did your cat stomp on your keyboard?
> > Are the files stored locally or are they on a network/remote drive?
> > Children doing things they should not be doing? (Happened to me once...)
> > Are you accessing the files via http://localhost/... ?? or as a local file?
> > --
> > Jim Lucas
> > A: Maybe because some people are too annoyed by top-posting.
> > Q: Why do I not get an answer to my question(s)?
> > A: Because it messes up the order in which people normally read text.
> > Q: Why is top-posting such a bad thing?