plaese write step by step how to do to confugure apache.
remeber this. I work in Win32 system and PHp worh as CGI.
I have created .htaccess like this:
and httpd.conf modify in this directives :
# This controls which options the .htaccess files in directories can
# override. Can also be "All", or any combination of "Options",
# "AuthConfig", and "Limit"
But I have and error like this:
error.log: [Wed Dec 04 15:14:53 2002] [alert] [client 127.0.0.1]
c:/openfedra/apache/htdocs/.htaccess: Invalid command 'php_value', perhaps
defined by a module not included in the server configuration
The .htaccess files it is under this folder C:\OPENFEDRA\apache\conf\
Please see other response that I have write ed I have explain my test.
Thanks. ciao Franco.
Jason Wong wrote:
> On Thursday 05 December 2002 00:33, Franco Pozzer wrote:
> > Thanks for all.
> > My end it is Apache 1.3.27 and PHP 4.3.2 in Win32 system NT 4.0.
> > I have the php.ini auto_prepend_file like this:
> > auto_prepend_file="C:OPENFEDRAApachehtdocsfedrasvcfg"
> > All work fine with this configuration of the php.ini.
> > For same reason I must to do not configure php.ini and the directives
> > auto_prepend_file must be null like auto_prepend_file =.
> Why could you not configure your php.ini?
> Other places where you can set auto_prepend_file is in httpd.conf or in a
> ..htaccess file.
> > I have discovered ini_alter function but I do not be able to work in my
> > application.
> > My script it is like:
> > <?
> > $path="C:\OPENFEDRA\Apache\htdocs\fedra\sv\cfg\";
> > echo"<br>$path<br>";
> > if(ini_alter('auto_prepend_file', $path.'systemVariables.php'))
> You can't set the auto_prepend_file value at runtime -- auto_prepend has
> (should have) already taken place by the time your script is run!
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