I tried removing the php. Try running php from the command line against that script. Jan 14, PM in response to etresoft In response to etresoft Hi, I tried running php from the command line against that script test.
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I tried it on my machine at home also Snow Leopard, recently installed and the script worked. But on the machine where I am having trouble, doing the same thing simply dumped the script code itself without interpreting, i. Probably time to try download and install a fresh PHP? Not if you can help it. That is probably what caused the problem. The idea solution would be to reinstall the OS on that machine.
I doubt that is a possibility. Run "which" on php to find out where the php is that you are running. Hopefully, someone has just installed another PHP and changed the paths to use the new one. If that is the case, you should be able to switch back to the original.
Unfortunately, there isn't an easy answer.
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It is going to take some investigation on that machine. In this case, downloading and installing a fresh PHP may be your only answer, but try to avoid it if you can. Feel free to post more questions if you have trouble building a new PHP.
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Remember to provide a little background to refresh my memory or else I will likely yell at you for installing a new PHP. If you want to replace the built-in but corrupted Apple PHP, it would be best to start from Apple's sources. PHP and Apache are closely linked and if you rebuild one, you probably have to rebuild both. Jan 15, PM in response to etresoft In response to etresoft Hi etresoft, Thanks again for your help.
Before seeing your latest post, I had downloaded and installed PHP 5. I got there from an Apple site that pointed to the Entropy site. I am the sole proprietor of my machine. I have just lived with whatever Apple sends me with the various new versions of its operating system, including PHP.
I don't think there is any other version of PHP lurking on my machine. I could do a new install of the entire OS, but I doubt that the install can do better the second time what it screwed up the first time.
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Jan 16, AM in response to etresoft In response to etresoft Hi, Well, for the record should anyone else blunder as I did, here is part of my problem. As you can see above, I used the old style brackets in test. That snippet of test code test.
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I use the same short codes in my test script. Unless you need something built into PHP that Apple doesn't provide such as GD it is better to stick with the defaults. If you need something special, the next best option is to turn off the Apple web server and use a pre-built package from XAMPP. I probably need to do a bit more testing, but superficially, I think everything is working.
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There was, in fact, another problem, but once we had established that PHP was actually in place and working, it wasn't so hard to find and fix the second. PHP was still not playing nice with mysql. That turns out to be because the install had a missing soft link that had to be added to complete the connection. I am not sure why this necessary connection is left open by the Snow Leopard installer. But, without that link, PHP couldn't find mysql and phpmyadmin kept throwing up a password panel that could never be satisfied. Thank you again for your help!
User profile for user: krmkarlm krmkarlm. I have I have uncommented the line in httpd. Like i said this is a brand new MacBook with no other web software loaded on it than what came with the box. Any other ideas? This is frustrating. Thanks in advance, Krm. Feb 1, PM in response to krmkarlm In response to krmkarlm krmkarlm wrote: I have the same problem with php not putting out anything. You should really start a new thread.https://busouthlimarum.gq
People are very reluctant to contribute to a thread hijacking for a problem that may or may not be the same. You will get better responses with your own thread. When i view the source file of the resulting page in Safari, there is nothing. Did you restart your web server? Did you check the server log files? User profile for user: HenryS HenryS. Mac OS X Speciality level out of ten: 1. Apparently, I am more of a novice, so don't feel bad- never experimented with Apache before, jumping in with both feet here.
My use of php is only to experiment with php code for my web site, and I didn't get as far as you maybe because I never had php or Apache in use, or maybe just pig-headed and can't figure it out. Continue on for step-by-step instructions. But with Snow Leopard, I am reversing my decision.
Yes, Pecl works out of the box. A pleasantry which was certainly not the case with MAMP. And that means that XDebug can be installed very easily.
And you will need to run the installer with root permissions, since PHP stores files in places that require root permission to write. This will fetch and compile XDebug's source code, creating the xdebug. For starters, you might need to create a php. The first second deserves mention, and may possibly need tweaking on your end.