On 18/08/2010, Ashley Sheridan <a...@ashleysheridan.co.uk> wrote:
> On Wed, 2010-08-18 at 12:10 +0100, e-letter wrote:
>> On 18/08/2010, chris h <chris...@gmail.com> wrote:
>> > What are the actual file permissions when you run ls -o?
>> >
>> root
>> >
>> > Do you know if PHP is installed as an apache mod or cgi? Also you might
>> > check what user apache is running as.
>> >
>> No. How to verify?
>> > possibly...
>> > $ vi /etc/apache2/envvars
>> >
>> No apache2 on my computer, only '/usr/lib/apache' which contains only .so
>> files.
> ls -o doesn't give one word answers, so again, what is the output of an
> ls -o call in your shell?
> I assume that root is the owner of the file here, and the fact that
> you're getting some output from it seems to suggest that at least read
> permissions are available for group and other, but you should check to
> see if the permissions are indeed something like 664 (-rw-rw-r--)
> What OS are you using? I'm assuming a Linux distro of some kind here,
> but it could also be another Unix variant. Have you tried using the
> package manager within the distro (if it is Linux) to install PHP and
> Apache together? That makes it a lot easier to get up and running with a
> decent configuration, especially if you're unfamiliar with the more
> complicated details.
I used urpmi with mandriva

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