On 19/08/2010, Ashley Sheridan <a...@ashleysheridan.co.uk> wrote: > No, because Apache doesn't need to process HTML in the same way it needs > to process PHP. The tag <?php in your code is being sent down to your > browser as HTML (view the source on the page you're browsing to) and > interpreted as a tag by your browser, hence what appears to be partially > processed output. > > It's fairly clear by now that Apache does not know about your PHP > install (if there even is one) > > I've just set up and installed PHP and Apache on my Mandriva box since > I've been at home, and it took all of 5 minutes from within the package > manager. Trust me, it's far easier to go that route than install the > packages one-by-one as you seem to be doing as, unless you know exactly > what packages you need, it's all too easy to miss installing something. > Yes that is what I was inspecting; I plan to re-install the entire OS.
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