I've never installed PHP on a Windows box, but on Linux you have to move 
and rename the php.ini file. It's mentioned in the docs, but for the life 
of me I can't remember its name right now.

Miles Thompson

At 11:15 AM 1/4/2002 -0600, Mark wrote:
>I apologize if the title of this post sounds overly aggresive, but I have
>followed the instructions to a 'T' and got nowhere!!  I have tried the
>"auto" install version of PHP and manual instructions for installing PHP
>4.1.1.  Neither of them work.  I added the lines to my httpd.conf file for
>both types of installs (not at the same time) as discribed in the
>Install.txt file, along with the instructions on the website, and can get no
>"test" scripts to run or PHP for that matter.  All I get is a blank screen
>when running the CGI version or can not even get apache to load when I try
>the Module version (Get a "Requested Operation Failed" message).  can
>someone please help?????  My system is as follows:
>Windows 2000 SP2
>Apache 2.0.28 (I have also tried version 1.3.22 with same results as
>mentioned above)
>PHP 4.1.1
>MDAC 2.7
>MySQL 3.23.46a
>Thanks in advance!!
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