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Slackware 9.1 Apache running Mysql running PHP not being parsed although php exists on the hd. There's a mod_php.conf file on /etc/apache which uses LoadModule to tell apache to parse ...
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    Slackware 9.1

    Apache running
    Mysql running
    PHP not being parsed although php exists on the hd.

    There's a mod_php.conf file on /etc/apache which uses LoadModule to tell apache to parse php but LoadModule gives 'command not found'

    ??

    Help.
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    LoadModule is an Apache configuration Directive, not an executable.

    Stop the apache server (apachectrl stop) then start it (apachectrl start) and give it another go.

    Jason

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    Ta Jason, have got it sorted now.
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