[ic] mod_interchange and PHP
rphipps at reliant-solutions.com
Wed Sep 8 11:22:10 EDT 2004
> From: interchange-users-bounces at icdevgroup.org
> bounces at icdevgroup.org] On Behalf Of Kevin Walsh
> Sent: Tuesday, September 07, 2004 11:52 PM
> Joshua Lavin [joshua at kingdomdesign.com] wrote:
> > I'm using mod_interchange 1.3 with IC 5.2.0. Yesterday, I moved my
> > catalog location to "/", so my catalog is now at the root domain,
> > extra directory.
> I assume you mean Apache 1.3.x and the latest mod_interchange version.
> > Previously, I had some files in the document root for apache that I
> > needed apache to serve. Since my catalog had a directory for the
> > location, they worked great.
> > Now, after moving to "/", I added the files and directories to the
> > OrdinaryFileList directive. And everything works fine, except for
> > extensions. They get downloaded, rather than processed.
> > I'm not sure what the problem might be, since you would think
> > mod_interchange would have already handed things over to apache.
> > php files on other hosts I serve with apache work fine.
> I don't have PHP available to me on any server I have access to, so
> I can't test for this. In theory, the OrdinaryFileList should hand
> the request back to Apache to deal with, but this will depend upon the
> way the PHP handler is set up, I suspect. I have heard reports that
> this hand-off works for cgi-bin, so it ought to work with PHP - in
> I can't really help without access to play with your config. Sorry.
> Perhaps someone else on this list has set up PHP along with
> (I can't think why :-) and can offer some suggestions.
> With appropriate access to your machine, I could probably find a
> configuration that works - or may be able to work out what changes
> to be made to mod_interchange to support PHP hand-off.
I can confirm that on one of my client's machines, php no longer works
once mod_interchange is enabled. I have not tried this setup on my
machine, but will do so when we move one of my clients to
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