Are you running PHP 3 as a CGI? Things work/don't work a bit differently
in CGI mode.
On Sun, 26 Aug 2001, Anas Mughal wrote:
> I read the article by John Coggeshall on building search engine friendly
> pages. Now, I trying to pass my script parameters as path (instead of
> However, for some reason I keep on getting the following error:
> Fatal error: Unable to open
> /home/mydomain/public_html/try.phtml/param1/123 in - on line 0
> No input file specified.
> This is what I run:
> It seems like PHP is trying to read the file 123 at the given path. For some
> reason, PHP doesn't realize the try.phtml is the script.
> I am trying this with PHP3. However, my production server is running PHP4
> and it works there. Is this a new feature in PHP4 or do I need to build PHP3
> with some configuration for this to work?
> Thank you in advance.
> anas mughal
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