I don't think that Sherlock can recognize any file in the /etc
directories. If you never use Terminal, then Sherlock is okay, but if
you do stuff in the Terminal then you are working in levels of your
computer that Apple has decided to "hide" from most users. The /etc
directory is one example of this. For searches of the hard drive
outside of the Apple-approved Sherlock-searchable directories, read the
man page for "find". In your case, the file is probably located at
/etc/httpd/httd.conf. Open this file in pico or emacs, but be sure to
use "sudo emacs /etc/httpd/httpd.conf" if you are not logged in as root
because it is not writeable by normal users.
On Sunday, December 2, 2001, at 04:15 PM, René Fournier wrote:
> OK, that makes sense--that's what I did under WinME. The only problem
> is that I can't seem to find the httpd.conf file anywhere. At least,
> Sherlock is not returning any results. Do you know which directory
> httpd.conf is in?
> On Sunday, December 2, 2001, at 01:56 PM, Michael B. Weiner wrote:
>> modify the apache configuration file (i.e. httpd.conf) and add it as
>> and AddType, as in the following:
>> AddType application/x-httpd-php .php4 .php3 .phtml .php
>> AddType application/x-httpd-php-source .phps
>> René Fournier wrote:
>>> I have successfully installed PHP 4.0.6, and it works! Only problem
>>> is that Apache only sends files to the PHP module that have a .php
>>> extension. However, I need to name the files .php4 (long story). As
>>> it stands, all I see is the actual PHP source, not the output.
>>> Does anyone know how I can change Apache and/or the PHP module to
>>> recognize .php4 files and execute them as such?
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