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@@ -53,7 +53,7 @@ Windows Manual installation from zip binary distribution
Xitami
Netscape Enterprise Server, iPlanet
- PHP 4 for Windows comes in two flavours - a CGI executable (php.exe),
+ PHP 4 for Windows comes in two flavours - a CGI executable (php-cgi.exe),
and several SAPI modules (for exapmle php4isapi.dll). The latter form
is new to PHP 4, and provides significantly improved performance and
some new functionality. However, please note that the SAPI modules
@@ -95,7 +95,7 @@ Windows Manual installation from zip binary distribution
will need those as well. To make sure that the dlls can be found, you can
either copy them to the system directory (e.g. winnt/system32 or
windows/system) or you can make sure that they live in the same directory
- as the main php executable or dll your web server will use (e.g. php.exe,
+ as the main php executable or dll your web server will use (e.g. php-cgi.exe,
php4apache.dll).
Copy the file, php.ini-dist to your %WINDOWS% directory on
@@ -201,7 +201,7 @@ Web server configuration
Installing PHP on Windows with Apache 1.3.x
There are two ways to set up PHP to work with Apache 1.3.x
- on Windows. One is to use the CGI binary (php.exe),
+ on Windows. One is to use the CGI binary (php-cgi.exe),
the other is to use the Apache module dll. In either case
you need to stop the Apache server, and edit your
srm.conf or httpd.conf to configure Apache to work with PHP.
@@ -231,7 +231,7 @@ Web server configuration
ScriptAlias /php/ "c:/php/"
AddType application/x-httpd-php .php
- Action application/x-httpd-php "/php/php.exe"
+ Action application/x-httpd-php "/php/php-cgi.exe"
Note, we consider installing PHP like this suicidal.
@@ -287,8 +287,8 @@ Web server configuration
On the edit menu select: New->String Value.
Type in the extension you wish to use for your php scripts. ex: .php
Double click on the new string value and enter the path to
- php.exe in the value data field.
- ex: c:\php\php.exe
+ php-cgi.exe in the value data field.
+ ex: c:\php\php-cgi.exe
Repeat these steps for each extension you wish to associate
with PHP scripts.
@@ -320,7 +320,7 @@ Web server configuration
New->Key, name it command.
Highlight the new key 'command' and in the
right side pane, double click the "default value" and enter
- the path to php.exe ex: c:\php\php.exe -q %1
+ the path to php-cgi.exe ex: c:\php\php-cgi.exe -q %1
(don't forget the '%1').
Exit Regedit.
If using PWS on Windows, reboot to reload the registry.
@@ -333,7 +333,7 @@ Web server configuration
To install PHP on an NT/2000/XP Server running IIS 4 or newer,
follow these instructions. You have two options to set up
- PHP, using the CGI binary (php.exe) or with the ISAPI module.
+ PHP, using the CGI binary (php-cgi.exe) or with the ISAPI module.
In either case, you need to start the Microsoft Management
Console (may appear as 'Internet Services Manager', either
@@ -348,7 +348,7 @@ Web server configuration
and then enter the App Mappings tab.
Click Add, and in the Executable box, type:
- c:\php\php.exe (assuming that you have unzipped PHP in c:\php\).
+ c:\php\php-cgi.exe (assuming that you have unzipped PHP in c:\php\).
In the Extension box, type the file name extension you want
associated with PHP scripts. Leave 'Method exclusions'
@@ -367,7 +367,7 @@ Web server configuration
Set up the appropriate security. (This is done in Internet
Service Manager), and if your NT Server uses NTFS file system,
add execute rights for I_USR_ to the directory that contains
- php.exe
+ php-cgi.exe
To use the ISAPI module, do the following:
@@ -399,7 +399,7 @@ Web server configuration
tray and select 'Properties'
Step 3: Click on 'Web Server Global Settings'
Step 4: On the 'External' tab, enter:
- virtual = .php | actual = c:\path-to-php-dir\php.exe
+ virtual = .php | actual = c:\path-to-php-dir\php-cgi.exe
and use the Add button.
Step 5: On the Mime tab, enter:
virtual = wwwserver/stdcgi | actual = .php
@@ -431,7 +431,7 @@ Web server configuration
Edit the Server Properties and select the tab "Mapping".
From the List select "Associations" and enter the desired
- extension (".php") and the path to the CGI exe (ex. c:\php\php.exe)
+ extension (".php") and the path to the CGI exe (ex. c:\php\php-cgi.exe)
or the ISAPI dll file (ex. c:\php\sapi\php4isapi.dll).
Select "Content Types" add the same extension ".php"
@@ -458,7 +458,7 @@ Web server configuration
into the field File extensions (.xxx).
In Filter command or script put the path and name
- of your php executable i.e. c:\php\php.exe.
+ of your php executable i.e. c:\php\php-cgi.exe.
Press the 'Save' icon.
@@ -473,7 +473,7 @@ Web server configuration
Make a file assocition from the command line (type the 2 following lines)
assoc .php=PHPScript
- ftype PHPScript=c:\php\php.exe %1 %*
+ ftype PHPScript=c:\php\php-cgi.exe %1 %*
In the Netscape Enterprise Administration Server create a dummy shellcgi
directory and remove it just after (this step creates 5 important lines in
@@ -493,7 +493,7 @@ Web server configuration
Make a file assocition from the command line (type the 2 following lines)
assoc .php=PHPScript
- ftype PHPScript=c:\php\php.exe %1 %*
+ ftype PHPScript=c:\php\php-cgi.exe %1 %*
In the Netscape Enterprise Administration Server create a new mime type
(Category:type,Content-Type:magnus-internal/x-httpd-php,File Suffix:php)
@@ -551,7 +551,7 @@ Problems?
Something went wrong when the server tried to run PHP. To get to see a
sensible error message, from the command line, change to the directory
- containing php.exe and run <literal>php.exe -i</literal>
+ containing php-cgi.exe and run <literal>php-cgi.exe -i</literal>
If php has any problems running, then a suitable error message will be displayed
which will give you a clue as to what needs to be done next.
If you get a screen full of html codes (the output of the phpinfo() function) then
@@ -565,8 +565,8 @@ Problems?
HTTP headers. The headers it did return are:
This error message means that php failed to output anything at all.
- From the command line hange to the directory containing php.exe. Run
- php.exe -i
+ From the command line hange to the directory containing php-cgi.exe. Run
+ php-cgi.exe -i
If php has any problems running, then a suitable
error message will be displayed which will give you a clue as to what needs to
be done next. If you get a screen full of html codes (the output of the
@@ -575,7 +575,7 @@ Problems?
Once php is working at the command line, try accessing the php script via the browser again.
If it still fails then it could be one of the following:
- file permissions on your php script, php.exe, php4ts.dll, php.ini or any php
+ file permissions on your php script, php-cgi.exe, php4ts.dll, php.ini or any php
extensions you are trying to load are such that the anonymous internet user
ISUR_<machinename> cannot access them.
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@@ -1,6 +1,6 @@
REGEDIT4
[HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE\SYSTEM\CurrentControlSet\Services\w3svc\parameters\Script Map]
-".php"="[PUT PATH HERE]\\php.exe"
+".php"="[PUT PATH HERE]\\php-cgi.exe"

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