Andy Davey wrote:
Hmm. I take it the file you are trying to get at (via http:// as Phil says) has got a php extension? I assume there are no <IfModule> or <Directory> or <VirtualHost> tags around the line that are not applicable.Hi ChrisI have added AddType application/x-httpd-php .php to the httpd config file, and restarted it, but still no luck. Andy
Is the httpd.conf you are editing the one being looked at by apache? To test this I usually put some rubbish into httpd.conf, restart apache and check that it groans and won't start.
Just some thoughts, hoping they help.
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