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  Apache Web-Serving with Mac OS X: Part 3
Subject:   *To anyone running Jaguar*
Date:   2002-10-09 13:03:42
From:   anonymous2
I see some new messages on here regarding problems with Jaguar. Philocon gave a simple fix, and it worked for me when I tried it. In case you missed it, here it is:


When running through the article, you'll notice that the 3rd and 4th line that are commented on in httpd.conf do not exist. What you must do is add this line (I added it at the end with a comment):


AddType application/x-httpd-php .php


Your PHP test page should now work, and no longer shows up as simple text in your browser.

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  • *To anyone running Jaguar*
    2002-10-10 16:06:49  sckz [View]

    Please read the post below yours from me. Following the article works great, also for Jaguar. And my test.php looks beautiful.
    But there every forum stops. Why do the scripts I use work on my ISP but not on my own server? Is it a server problem or permissions... what?

    Can anyone help. The info page is starting to bore me :)

    Thanks,
    Sckz
    • *To anyone running Jaguar*
      2003-01-30 00:05:51  anonymous2 [View]

      I got the same problem: all permissions at 777 throughout the file hierarchy & running as superuser - working scripts on my ISP running the same apache server refuse absolutely to work on Jaguar: only simple test.cgi etc will run.