Ah, that makes sense.  Thanks Tom and David.


"Tom Rogers" <[EMAIL PROTECTED]> wrote in message
> Hi,
> Wednesday, October 9, 2002, 1:24:31 AM, you wrote:
> JD> In the INSTALL file notes for PHP is says:
> JD> "1: Only install either the static module or the dynamic one.  Do not
> JD>    install both."
> JD> No reasoning is given for this statement.  Does anyone know what the
> JD> for this is?
> JD> The reason I want to know is because I run both the Apache module and
> JD> static cgi module on my server and I haven't had any problems.  I have
> JD> cgi module for running php scripts as cron jobs.
> JD> Anyone know why the statement?
> JD> Thanks,
> JD> Jonathan Duncan
> They are not talking about the cgi version, they mean don't compile
> php into apache as a permanent module and also try to load it as a
> dynamic one at the same time.... cgi is treated as a completely seperate
> program so it can co-exist with an internal apache php module.
> --
> regards,
> Tom

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