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Subject [Httpd Wiki] Trivial Update of "ScratchPad/PHPDownload" by noodl
Date Sun, 01 Jul 2007 17:54:16 GMT
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The following page has been changed by noodl:
http://wiki.apache.org/httpd/ScratchPad/PHPDownload

The comment on the change is:
Typoos & link to distros page

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  == Check if the proffered download contains untouched PHP code ==
  Accept the download in your browser, open the saved file and see if it contains unparsed
PHP code.  If it does then your server isn't corrrectly configured for PHP.
  
- To enable PHP, add the following to your apache config.
+ To enable PHP, add the following to your apache config. Distro package users may want to
consult [:Info/DistrosDefaultLayout: the layouts page] to find the relevant config file paths.
  
  FIXME: Replace this with a dedicated page.
  
@@ -28, +28 @@

  == Check the Content-Type header ==
  Using any of the methods documented in [:Recipes/WatchingHttpHeaders], check the value of
the Content-Type: http header.
  
- If it's application/x-httpd-php, you'll need to remove all erroneous references to that
value as a mime type in your config.  To do this, search your config file(s) for {{{AddType
application/x-httpd-php}}} and also remove all references to this 'type' from the mime.types
file.  This is especially problematic for Debian/Ubuntu users who's configs contain multiple
instances of this error.
+ If it's application/x-httpd-php, you'll need to remove all erroneous references to that
value as a mime type in your config.  To do this, search your config file(s) for {{{AddType
application/x-httpd-php}}} and also remove all references to this 'type' from the mime.types
file.  This is especially problematic for Debian/Ubuntu users whose configs contain multiple
instances of this error.
  
  If it's text/plain, go back to step one.  If it's anything else, it could be that your script
is setting its own type header, or else no type is being set and httpd's {{{DefaultType}}}
value is being used.
  

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