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Bug #13332 PWS not configured correctly using php406-installer
Submitted: 2001-09-16 18:35 UTC Modified: 2002-05-24 20:23 UTC
From: kathuw at swbell dot net Assigned: phildriscoll (profile)
Status: Not a bug Package: PWS related
PHP Version: 4.0.6 OS: Windows 98
Private report: No CVE-ID: None
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 [2001-09-16 18:35 UTC] kathuw at swbell dot net
I'll cut to the chase, to save manually setting up PHP 4.0.6 on my windows 98 box, I downloaded the php406-installer.

Now, it installs PHP just fine, but would not allow me to run scripts, it gave me a 403 or 503 error I believe. I used the php.exe -i command and it pumped out the html into the command window, but still wouldn't allow me to execute the script from my browser (the phpinfo() script).

To fix this I opened up PWS manager and had to edit the root directory permissions. Namely checking the execute permission.

It now runs fine, but it took me about 1 hour to work this out.

Hopefuly this was just a problem I had, but I thought I would submit it never the less.

Huw Dowden


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 [2001-09-17 03:58 UTC]
Will sort it out as soon as I have a spare hour

 [2002-05-24 20:23 UTC]
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