When using xitami with PHP I get the message:

Security Alert! PHP CGI cannot be accessed directly.

This PHP CGI binary was compiled with force-cgi-redirect enabled. This means that a 
page will only be served up if the REDIRECT_STATUS CGI variable is set. This 
variable is set, for example, by Apache's Action directive redirect.

You may disable this restriction by recompiling the PHP binary with the 
--disable-force-cgi-redirect switch. If you do this and you have your PHP CGI binary 
somewhere in your web tree, people will be able to circumvent .htaccess security by 
loading files through the PHP parser. A good way around this is to define doc_root in 
your php.ini file to something other than your top-level DOCUMENT_ROOT. This way you 
can separate the part of your web space which uses PHP from the normal part 
using .htaccess security. If you do not have any .htaccess restrictions anywhere on 
your site you can leave doc_root undefined. If you are running IIS, you may safely 
set cgi.force_redirect=0 in php.ini. 

I used the installer i have win 98 and its a test area before i upload to blueyoo.com
Any Ideas The Message Is Confusing!
Thanx In Advance

Brett Jenkins
Blueyoo.com Co - Creator, Co - Editor & Co -Moderator

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