XAMPP on MEPIS can't see php tags

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XAMPP on MEPIS can't see php tags

Postby firemaker » 07. August 2007 12:39

I have Mepislite installed. Seems to be working fine. I also installed XAMPP. That installed and started just fine. The status shows php and mysql activated. I did the security fixes. I ran some of their demos. Thay woked okay.

I put a little html and php script in my own user public_html directory. Then I went to another computer on my home network. Using IE, I surfed the little script. It came back with a page built from just the html code. The php tags were ignored.

Any ideas about what's wrong? It's like apache is not passing the script to php. But I can't believe XAMPP would set it up that way. They didn't say anything about the need to configure apache.

Thank you.

PS: I didn't install libapache2-mod-php5. Could that be the problem?
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Postby Dave_L » 07. August 2007 19:17

I'm using XAMPP 1.6.2 on MEPIS 6.0, and don't have that issue, although I haven't tried browsing it from a separate computer.

I don't have libapache2-mod-php5 installed. As far as I know, XAMPP is self-contained.

Does the file with the PHP tags have the extension .php?

And are you using the full tags within the file, .e.g.

<?php echo "hello" ?>
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Postby firemaker » 07. August 2007 21:29

It does have the .php extension. Yes, I'm using the full tags.
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