[solved]PHP deactivated

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[solved]PHP deactivated

Postby artik93 » 02. July 2012 00:08

Hi everyone

I have a small problem. I installed XAMPP 1.7.7 recently and had some troubles with making apache run. Now it's ok with only one little problem. Server hasn't activated php module. When I open the xampp welcome page on my localhost and go to status page, it shows that everything except https and cgi is deactivated, including mysql and php. I'm no web server expert, I need that to view my php web site I'm working on. Please help...
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Re: PHP deactivated

Postby Altrea » 02. July 2012 00:11

If you can successfully view the status page your php is running.
The status page is written in php too.
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Re: PHP deactivated

Postby artik93 » 02. July 2012 00:20

Something is wrong then, it shows that php is deactivated and php code on my web site is ignored by the browser.
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Re: PHP deactivated

Postby artik93 » 02. July 2012 00:26

OK I'm retarded or something I named my index file "index.html" instead of "index.php". Problem solved :D I think this topic needs to be deleted.
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Re: PHP deactivated

Postby Altrea » 02. July 2012 04:28

we don't delete threads, we just mark them as solved.
That php code isn't parsed by the php interpreter is an information others could find useful.

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Re: [solved]PHP deactivated

Postby artik93 » 03. July 2012 10:25

Ok thanks anyway, I'm sorry for spaming because of such stupid mistake of mine. I hope it will prevent others from doing the same.
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