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Apache 2.0.59 and PHP5 are not friends...





Diablosblizz
It seems that Apache Version 2.0.59 doesn't want to run with PHP5. I am attempting to re-install my server applications as I had to reformat both my drives. (losing everthing) I currently have Apache running fine, but when I attempt to install PHP5 it says this error:

Quote:
Syntax error on line 173 of D:/Apache/Apache2/conf/httpd.conf:
Cannot load D:/Apache/Apache2/modules/php5apache.dll into server: The specified module could not be found.
Note the errors or messages above, and press the <ESC> key to exit.


The problem is that the dll is in that path, I can literally go to the path it said and it will attempt to run. In the httpd.conf file, I added this line to load the Module (The lines that the installer put into the configuration didn't work either):

Code:
LoadModule php5_module modules/php5apache.dll


So, how can I fix this? I really need to get this working again. Many thanks!
bostko
Try to install apche in linux. I'm currently using Fedora 8 and I have no problems with server. Every package is directly compiled and you can install apache with php just as you are installing fedora or you can install with from pirut.
Diablosblizz
1. Telling me to install Linux isn't going to help me fix the problem on my Windows, which I wanted.
2. I don't have access to install Linux right now.
3. I fixed the problem.
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