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Apache Config Issue

 
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Hi All,
This has to do a bit with perl and PHP so hopefully someone is knowledgable in either/both if need be. I've set up the cgi-bin as directed but when following the instructions to set up for PHP I can't get PHP scripts to show up in the browser using my computer name as it does fine for Perl scripts in cgi-bin. If I put my PHP scripts in cgi-bin and added an Alias line in Apache's conf file the PHPs seem to work fine then. I wanted to set them up as CGI binaries and also wanted to put them in cgi-bin with my other Perl scripts. So I did the whole AddType, Action, and ScriptAlias lines (hopefully I got them right from memory but just to be clear I did follow a, looked like, creditable doc I got off the web). When I try opening the PHP page again I get PhotoParade pop up saying it does handle PHPs but couldnt open this one. Does anyone in here have any experience with setting up Apache with perl and/or PHP? Thanks.

Rob
 
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