Virtualmin Php Not Working
Try adding this to your website.conf:
Virtualmin Php Not Working
I guess it's just sort of hard to work with mod_fcgid as currently coded in Virtualmin. The strange thing is PHP works for virtualmin, but why won't it work for individual sites? PHPRC can be a directory path, containing php.ini.
This is the content of php5.conf. So, you should keep that in mind as all of the directives will be wrong. Log in or register to post comments #15 Thu, 11/12/2009 - 18:39 (Reply to #14) hescominsoon In my gpl i don't see "Default PHP execution mode" just an add suexec option. Apache Enable Fastcgi share|improve this answer answered Jul 13 '09 at 15:08 blt04 602512 Thank you for answer.
Log in or register to post comments #24 Wed, 11/28/2012 - 22:14 andreychek Howdy, I was just typing out a response to your last post, when I realized you figured out Virtualmin Enable Php Here's a guide on installing suPHP for VirtualMin: http://www.tech-and-dev.com/2012/11/installing-suphp-on-centos-with-virt... Log in or register to post comments Submitted by sfatula on Thu, 03/11/2010 - 19:33 Comment #2 No. installing mod-php5 and 2.
After installation i got an error about suexec. Php5 Fcgi Disabling mod php brought the system back to its safe world again. Should I have doubts if the organizers of a workshop ask me to sign a behavior agreement upfront? Maybe that is where I should focus my question.
Virtualmin Enable Php
It only works with mod_php. Log in or register to post comments #16 Tue, 11/27/2012 - 09:32 andreychek Also, out of curiosity, do you have the same problem when using "CGI" mode rather than FCGID? Virtualmin Php Not Working Thanks for your help! Virtualmin Mod_php Log in or register to post comments #20 Wed, 11/28/2012 - 08:14 andreychek Hmm, well, it sounds like something was already out of the ordinary to begin with, and it's possible
Thnaks, Log in or register to post comments #8 Thu, 10/09/2008 - 07:24 (Reply to #7) ronald hosthoboguy, you'll need to add an /etc/php5 folder containing the php.ini in the /home/domain http://bookread.org/not-working/f1-key-not-working.html I also have upgrading Ubuntu source repositories, to install php 5.4.11. It's always the simple things in life. So, to get around this, we want to load the Apache taken over version, which currently is 220.127.116.11 which resolves many issues such a directives being ignored, etc. Virtualmin Php Files Downloading
When I try to access to a page, on a virtual server configurer with cgi or fcgi, my browser ask me to download the php file (even after clearing my browser's Thanks. Log in or register to post comments #14 Tue, 11/27/2012 - 08:53 Locutus That sounds like it is completely ignoring the handler settings in the VirtualHost configuration. http://bookread.org/not-working/mac-f12-key-not-working.html The biggest fixes are how all the directives are ignored with virtual hosts.
Upon removing the AddHandler line, it works again (falling back to mod_php). Mod_fcgid: Error Reading Data From Fastcgi Server to "No" so that the extra option appears. It's something you can configure by going into Server Configuration -> Website Options, and changing the PHP Execution Mode. -Eric Log in or register to post comments #25 Tue, 10/07/2008 -
Oddly enough, the problem ended up being that the file being called had Windows format newlines in it -- running the dos2unix program on the file in question resolved it. -Eric
Click on "Global Configuration" tab, and choose "Configure Apache Modules". I wish you could specify a fcgid ONLY mode, that would cause other things to kick in such as allowing mpm worker for apache, which then invalidates the php configuration variables I'm actually finding quite a number of similar issues with suexec on the web. Php File Downloading Instead Of Executing That is set in Server Configuration -> Website Options.
Also, I use FastCgiWrapper On instead of the suexec binary you listed in your example. This only got fixed after I installed suPHP from a guide a few hours ago. This is my virtual host file:
Log in or register to post comments Submitted by sfatula on Thu, 03/11/2010 - 23:54 Comment #7 Of course, deprecated means it will be removed eventually. Any help appreciated. Dealing With Dragonslayers Very small transformer powering a microwave oven Normalization of Dirac bispinors Does the Rothschild family own most central banks? Log in or register to post comments #21 Tue, 10/07/2008 - 11:21 qhex16 Thanks, Joe!
I'm not sure that you're able to automate that using the GPL version -- the Pro version comes with some command line tools that can do that. Obviously anyone installing lamp would want php to work.