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    You'll need to install mod_php... so try
    Code:
    apt-get install mod_php
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    Code:
    apt-get install libapache2-mod-php4
    That's the one...

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    René

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    Ok, what I did:
    I just reinstalled Debian because it was about to become a big mess...

    Everything is running fine, excepts for one thing: The httpd.conf is empty!~
    Just 5 commentlines, nothing more.
    Where do I get a right Apache2 httpd.conf file?

    Regards,

    René

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    Erm, you could try downloading apache from www.apache.org and untarring it and looking for a httpd.conf file
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    Finally I got the point...

    Apache2 in Debian Sarge doesn't use the httpd.conf anymore, but uses files in "sites-available" and "sites-enabled".
    That's the reason the httpd.conf is empty.

    Now I just have to find out how to create virtual servers that way, and I might be finished with this...

    Regards,

    René

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