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Topic #131 "Configuring Apache to handle php"
    by adrien - visitor
03/09/2006 @ 14:58
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The installer won't go beyond the above comment. What can I do to solve this problem?
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Answer #1 by blueshead - visitor
03/09/2006 @ 15:21
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I have the same problem. OSX 10.4.7 ibook g4, 1 gig ram
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Answer #2 by Globs - rank ( 251 messages )
03/09/2006 @ 15:46
Globs
At this point, WiPha has already been installed.
You should just check your /etc/httpd/httpd.conf, and update it manually (you need to be root for this):

These 2 lines must not be commented anymore (no # at the beginning of the line):

LoadModule php4_module        libexec/httpd/libphp4.so
AddModule mod_php4.c


You must add this at the end of the file (with your real user name of course):

<Directory "/Users/your_user_name/Sites/wipha">
    AllowOverride All
</Directory>


I really can't understand why the script would halt here, i would need an access to your box to figure out what's happening.

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Answer #3 by adrien - visitor
03/09/2006 @ 16:22
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you can take a look at my computer. let me know
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Answer #4 by Baba - visitor
03/09/2006 @ 19:29
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Me too. Installed on iBook G4 but not on Intel iMac.
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Answer #5 by Globs - rank ( 253 messages )
03/09/2006 @ 22:09
Globs
The install script works fine when manually launched from the command line on a mac intel, but hangs when running through the graphical application generated with Platypus. I've no clue at the moment about the cause of the problem. I'm going to try to come back to the previous PPC only version of platypus and let you test it.
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Answer #6 by Globs - rank ( 254 messages )
03/09/2006 @ 22:51
Globs
In fact, after I revert to a default httpd.conf, it hangs on my computer too, on a usual mv command!
Let's find a workaround...
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Answer #7 by Globs - rank ( 255 messages )
03/09/2006 @ 23:28
Globs
I'll never understand computers smile

Anyway, I replaced the mv command by cp and rm.
this works, at least.
You can download it again, I didn't change the version number.
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Answer #8 by blueshead - visitor
03/09/2006 @ 23:46
Anonymous
Seems to installed..Apache server restarted and admin page came up..Thank you very much..For your fast reply and work! If you come through New Orleans..I have cold local beer for you! wink
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Answer #9 by Globs - rank ( 256 messages )
03/09/2006 @ 23:50
Globs
Well, that would be nice, but Paris-new Orleans is a long trip cry I'll try to remember whenever I come abroad smile
Enjoy WiPhA
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