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Old 16th June 2007, 21:36
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Default OpenSuSE 10.2 & PHP not working, wants to download instead of display

Hi,

I've trawled a few threads on here as to why this is happening and I've changed the config.inc.php file so that 'both' is set to 'addhandler'. I've edited a site and everything but my php pages all still want to download rather than render.

Its a real pain in the ass, I didn't have this perviously and all i've really done is install the latest version of ispconfig on to a fresh suse 10.2 install (64bit).

I really need some help on this one as I can't see whats actually causing it.
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Old 17th June 2007, 13:15
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Are you sure that mod_php is installed and loaded in your apache webserver as described in the perfect setup howtos?
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