cyberbaffled wrote:There is that space between the two words, but xampp apache and sql work fine in that folder.
cyberbaffled wrote:Let's assume hypothetically that the problem is Xampp installed not in c:\ but in c:\program files\ and either xampp can't find the php server or vice versa.
cyberbaffled wrote:So that I don't have to go through the time consuming process of uninstalling xampp and reinstalling it into c:\
cyberbaffled wrote:are there any (windows 7) commands such as PATH that will guarantee that every serve within the xampp environment can find files in htdoc folder?
cyberbaffled wrote:Also, how is it possible that the ..\xampp\php\conf folder is empty? The conf folders for apache, mysql, fpd, etc. have files in them. Folder xampp/php/conf does not.
cyberbaffled wrote:Also, I've forgotten how to generate the xampp control panel that has the phpinfo() link.
Copied below is the php file that won't execute when linked to in a browser or using "Live View" in Dreamweaver. However, reiterating what I've already said, the phpinfo() link on the Xampp splash page does bring up the expected table of information.
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<!DOCTYPE html PUBLIC "-//W3C//DTD XHTML 1.0 Transitional//EN" "http://www.w3.org/TR/xhtml1/DTD/xhtml1-transitional.dtd">
<meta http-equiv="Content-Type" content="text/html; charset=utf-8" />
<? php phpinfo(); ?>
Thanks greatly for attending to this.
Altrea wrote:<? php phpinfo(); ?>
- HTML Entities will not work! replace < with < and > with >
- there is a space between < and php
cyberbaffled wrote:These ideas didn't influence the problem.
cyberbaffled wrote:However, for some reason this discussion appears as "solved", which it isn't, so I'm reinitiating the discussion with new information.
cyberbaffled wrote:using instruction from an O'Reilly text I added to the conf file one LoadModule and one AddType line of code.
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