That's my luck! Firts time in 5 years that website is down! whatever....edesignuk said:You want help? Give people something to work with, a link to a down website doesn't mean jack to anyone but you.
Test if php is running by serving and opening a simple or standard php page. If that works and php is running, but the original page you're trying to open is being fed everything by mysql you'll probably find that mysql hasn't been configured properly.AZGINBOGA said:That's my luck! Firts time in 5 years that website is down! whatever....
Here is my problem, I installed the apache2, php5, and mysql...Apache is running fine but php...When I wanna test it I get a blank page with no errors, Im suppose to see tables and other things according to my instructor....What do I have to do?
I created a file calles test.php which containes <? phpinfo(): ?> and dropped it in /library/apache2/conf but still does not work...I dont know what Im doing wrong...Mitthrawnuruodo said:Have you turned on the php modul in httpd?
Are you viewing the page you wanna test through apache (i.e. localhost) or just dropping/opened it from your browser?
I still did not touch mysql...mim said:Test if php is running by serving and opening a simple or standard php page. If that works and php is running, but the original page you're trying to open is being fed everything by mysql you'll probably find that mysql hasn't been configured properly.
Try downloading and running phpMyAdmin (good to have anyway). If you can load the pages, php is running. The software will tell you if mysql is running (and what). MySql is a bit tricky to set up sometimes...you may have to add users, databases, and assign privileges. Did you do anything like that?
In order to get them all talking you have to take each in turn, and edit the configuration files. Generally, go for Apache httpd.conf first, get php running, install mysql (default settings), then install phpmyadmin. Connect using root@localhost (no password), and administrate via phpmyadmin.AZGINBOGA said:I still did not touch mysql...
I know MAC OS X comes with apache 1.3 that's why I installed apache 2 and this is what I see at http://localhostkingjr3 said:You know you could use the manage attachment buttons
I reviewed it and it seems somewhat normal.
A couple more thoughts come to mind.
Did you install apache2 alongside the existing installation that comes with OS X? If so, are you sure you are starting the right instance of apache?
Second, what did the source of the blank page look like?
Third, have you checked your errors.log for any weirdness?
this is your problem.AZGINBOGA said:and this is what I get for test.php
The requested URL /test.php was not found on this server.
Apache/2.0.52 (Unix) DAV/2 Server at localhost Port 80"