Don't know whetehr I can help, but I ran into the same problem with my Linux
box. In Mozilla et al, I had to change in "Preferences > Advanced > Proxies >
Manual Proxy Config >> No proxy for: Localhost".
I haven't followed your thead, and I'm no familair with networking, butthta
might steer you in a new direction. It worked for me while I'm protyping my
On Friday 19 April 2002 11:31 pm, you wrote:
> yes i've tried that too *sigh* :( i've read the manual over and over again
> and installed it a few times and added all those lines ppl suggested but
> still no luck. I'm about to just give up. I know how to work PHP but I just
> can't find where this problem comes from. Maybe it's a windows thingy who
> knows, maybe i need IIS on my system which of course doesn't come with Win
> XP Home Edition. I read something about webpage in management tools in
> Windows but i don't have that so i can't change things there. I really do
> appreciate all your reactions and replies.
> "Christoph görgen" <[EMAIL PROTECTED]> wrote in message
> > > Everytime i try to view a php file on my server it prompts me to
> > > the file then opens it up in word pad. I can view any other file just
> > > php.
> > >
> > > Can anyone help me with this problem please?
> > Already tried to insert these lines into your httpd.conf ... ?
> > #if you use php3#
> > AddType application/x-httpd-php3 .php3
> > #if u use php4:#
> > AddType application/x-httpd-php3 .php4 .php
> > that should solve your problem after having restarted the webserver
> > good luck
> > chris
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