[RndTbl] Got a loan of a computer until September - Playing with Ubuntu Server 10.4

Robert Keizer robert at cluenet.org
Sat Aug 14 23:43:00 CDT 2010

On 10-08-14 10:16 PM, Mike Pfaiffer wrote:
> 	I tried to display a PHP test file and ran into problems. It seems it
> only works fine in the system directory but not for users. This is the
> same problem I was having with OS X (10.4) last year. It wants to send
> the file as a download. The documentation I've read today seems to be
> out of date and makes some assumptions. For example, that I'm running
> Windows, the software isn't already there. That sort of thing. Even the
> documentation from Canonical wasn't very helpful (I spent most of the
> day reading the 8.04 documentation without realising it). They also
> assumed I had to download the software even though it was on their ISO.
> I know I'm missing a setting somewhere. Probably in the
> /etc/apache2/apache2.conf file. It probably has to be a 30 second fix.
> Would someone happen to know it off the top of their head?

Try a2enmod php5

> 	I'd like to set up Python as well. The language is installed. I want to
> hold off installing it until I can get PHP working. If someone could
> point me to some documentation for that too it will help a lot.

apt-cache search mod_python


All the best,

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