Did you uncomment the LoadModule/AddModule for PHP?

Or add an Action line?...

AddType is only half the puzzle piece...

It sets up a mime-type (application/x-httpd-php) for an extension (.php) but
doesn't say what to *DO* with that mime-type.

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----- Original Message -----
Newsgroups: php.general
Sent: Tuesday, October 02, 2001 11:51 PM
Subject: help! linux 7 problems

> hi,
> i installed php4 onto my linux 7.0 system along with apache and mysql.
> the apache and mysql work.
> once i did 'make install' for php, i changed the http.conf file in
> apache so that the
> AddType lines were uncommented out and the file extensions should be
> recongized.
> i've done this on windows and it worked.
> now, however, when i try to path to a .php file like localhost/test.php,
> it tries
> to save the file to disk instead of executing the code.
> anybody know why?
> thanks,
> rg

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