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govokinolij
07-10-2007
10:15 AM ET (US)
Hi
 
Looks good! Very useful, good stuff. Good resources here. Thanks much!
 
G'night
10
rofovnifo
07-03-2007
06:12 PM ET (US)
Hello
 
Looks good! Very useful, good stuff. Good resources here. Thanks much!
 
 
Bye
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dirkx@apache.org
02-23-2003
08:41 AM ET (US)
An even cleaner way of doing this is by creating an extra file; say 'php.conf' in the users directory or another place with as content
<p>
#/private/etc/httpd/users/php.conf
LoadModule php4_module libexec/httpd/libphp4.so
AddModule mod_php4.c
AddType application/x-httpd-php .php
<p>
This wil then be sucked in by the Include-dir of the default apple. This way you are more resistant to future apple updates.
<p>
Dw.
5
pbxPerson was signed in when posted
02-14-2003
05:47 PM ET (US)
You rule!
4
Jim
02-14-2003
05:23 PM ET (US)
I just posted instructions on using sdiff to merge the two files into one.

http://www.ibiblio.org/jimray/blog/archives/000144.html
3
pbxPerson was signed in when posted
02-14-2003
03:38 PM ET (US)
You beat me to it -- I just read about the mod_rendezvous update on Macintouch.

I know nothing about using CVS, but I find myself wondering if there's some way to use it to automate all this diffing and fixing.
Edited 02-14-2003 04:15 PM
2
Jim
02-14-2003
03:29 PM ET (US)
Just replacing your applesaved conf file will get PHP back, but will disable the new mod_rendezvous. If you want both, better to use the unix diff command to get the best of both worlds.
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pbxPerson was signed in when posted
02-14-2003
02:57 PM ET (US)
Or, better -- especially if you had customizations in your httpd.conf, such as virtual hosts -- get rid of the new httpd.conf and replace it with your old one, which Apple's installer renames to /etc/httpd/httpd.conf.applesaved
Edited 02-14-2003 02:59 PM

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