My understanding is that PHP does not currently work well with Apache2,
though this may be a platform specific problem.  I couldn't even get Apache
2 to load it (under Win2K).  I have seen mentions that PHP 4.3 is supposed
to improve this situation, though I don't actually know if it's true or not.
In the meantime, I have seen the following advice:

1) Run Apache in pre-fork mode (which makes it act like Apache 1).
2) Use the CGI version of PHP (but as you note, there are some limitations

I finally went back to Apache 1 for the meantime (since it's what my host
uses anyhow)....

Seairth Jacobs

"Yoda2005" <[EMAIL PROTECTED]> wrote in message
> Is there any way to do it? I cant seem to get it to install as a module
> nomatter what I do. Right now I have it running as a cgi parser but some
> stuff I want to do I cant really do when it is running like this... Any
> ideas?

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