Posted by "Rodolfo Andrade" on 01/19/06 20:28
I use PWS with Windows 98 for learning purposes.
I just cut PHP.ini from C:\PHP and paste in %windir% then restart the
server. Works fine for me and I can run ASP and PHP for learning. ^^
Regards, Rodolfo Andrade
----- Original Message -----
From: Jay Blanchard
To: PHP General (E-mail)
Sent: Thursday, January 19, 2006 3:53 PM
Subject: [PHP] odd behavior
When I expire you will find my hands wrapped tightly around the throat of a
Windows network administrator.
I had PHP installed on a web server, and all was working OK, save for one
small thing. phpinfo() indicated that the path to the php.ini was c:\WINNT,
which it was not. So I copy the file from the c:\php directory to the
c:\winnt directory and restart IIS. Now, when I click a link to take me to a
directory with an index.php I get a 404, not found error. If I refresh the
page shows up just fine. So I remove the ini page, start and stop the IIS
server, click the link, and no problem...the page is delivered just fine.
Has anyone experienced this behavior before, and how do I fix that damned
path to the ini? TIA!
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