[CentOS] Are PHP and MySQL running on my CentOS installation?
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Fri Sep 16 12:30:25 UTC 2005
On Fri, 2005-09-16 at 17:34 +0530, Abilash Praveen M wrote:
> disable selinux for httpd, mysql deamon.. i had similar problem with mysql
> don't chase newbie's away.. i was also a newbie a couple of days.. ;-) i was
> new to the whole of Linux itself.. not just the CentOS.
> ----- Original Message -----
> From: "Tom" <admin at homemachine.net>
> To: "CentOS mailing list" <centos at centos.org>
> Sent: Friday, September 16, 2005 5:32 PM
> Subject: Re: [CentOS] Are PHP and MySQL running on my CentOS installation?
> > he is using centos and is a new user :)
> > Karanbir Singh wrote:
> >> Dave Gutteridge wrote:
> >>> I wrote a small test HTML page with basic head and body information, and
> >>> simply this PHP in the body:
> >>> <?php
> >>> echo 'hello world':
> >>> ?>
> >>> And then opened it in FireFox. As expected, it didn't display anything.
> >> Wrong place to ask, please take your querry to a more suitable list ( you
> >> might find something here : http://www.php.net/support.php ).
> >> If people on this list wish to reply, please do so off-list.
> >> - K
Not chasing anyone away ... the point was that after the webserver is
setup and running, if you want more in detail help concerning PHP in
general, the php lists are better for that.
Getting php installed and setup is on topic here.
(There were 2 good posts on how to do that ... and a couple more
discussing turning off selinux).
What we can't do is open up the .php file directly ... it must be opened
via web server. So following the earlier advise of Nassri Abdellatif
ABOKHALAF (and turning off selinux) will get a good, php enabled
webserver going on CentOS.
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