afaik yes. The module version should be called if apache has been requested with one of the reqistered php file types. the cgi version can be used as shell interpreter. the only thing that can smash th whole thing imo, is if you try to use the cgi version via web if you have php also installed as apache module. but all of what i wrote is a guess, never tried by myself.
Regards Michael "Jay Blanchard" <[EMAIL PROTECTED]> schrieb im Newsbeitrag 000601c1fd9b$70cb89b0$8102a8c0@niigziuo4ohhdt">news:000601c1fd9b$70cb89b0$8102a8c0@niigziuo4ohhdt... > [snip] > > but this is only needed only if you compile php into apache or am i wrong? > > if i have the cgi version installed, i can call the php script > > directly from the shell. The only thing for me to do then, is to set > > #!/path.to/php in the first line of the script, right? > [/snip] > > Can you have the compiled with apache version and the CGI version installed > on the same server? > > Thanks! > > Jay > > -- PHP General Mailing List (http://www.php.net/) To unsubscribe, visit: http://www.php.net/unsub.php