[SM-Discuss] php and directoryindex
Sergey A. Lipnevich
sergeyli at pisem.net
Sat Jul 20 00:28:53 EDT 2002
Thank you Spencer! I'll try just for the fun of it. It's not going to
work most likely, because I use perl as an Apache module, not through
CGI :-(. Thanks anyway!
Spencer Ogden wrote:
>I use perl in the manner you describe, and I imagine the setup is similar.
>I have the lines:
> AddHandler cgi-script pl
> Options Indexes ExecCGI
>I think that is all I had to add to get perl to execute globally.
>On Thursday 18 July 2002 07:47 pm, Sergey A. Lipnevich wrote:
>>I have one problem with httpd2 and php, maybe somebody
>>heard of a solution. For a certain directory, say,
>>"Alias /dir/ /this/dir/", I have "DirectoryIndex
>>index.php" and "Options Indexes" in my httpd.conf. If I
>>access this as "http://host/dir/index.php", index.php
>>gets interpreted by PHP engine and I see a generated
>>html. If use just "http://host/dir/", I get _the
>>source_ of index.php, which is not funny or useful at
>>all. I tried setting DirectoryIndex directive globally,
>>and experimenting with "AddType ... .php" without
>>success. Radically, I could probably achieve correct
>>handling if I set php as a default mime type for
>>documents, but somehow I don't like this and didn't
>>Will be grateful for any ideas!
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