On Sunday 28 October 2001 15:52, Moody wrote:
> > I see all the files are name php3 rather than php. When I access the
> > index.php3 of course it my browser doesn't know what to do so it asks if
> > I want to download it.
> Sounds like you need to add ".php3" to your AddType directive in the
> httpd.conf file
> i.e.the line in httpd.conf that says:
> AddType application/x-httpd-php .php
> Should be changed to:
> AddType application/x-httpd-php .php .php3
> This should solve the problem with .php3 scripts not executing on your
> server :-)
>  Otherwise, if you want/have to change all the extensions to .php, you'll
> have to change all the requires and includes in the phpMyAdmin scripts to
> reflect these changes.

Interesting that it only worked after adding .php3 to the existing .php line. 
Earlier I had uncommented the lines just above that one which is almost 
identical except it is for .php3, but that didn't do the trick.

Thanks for the help,
Chip W.

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