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Apache (-u), PHP4, OpenBSD 3.2
- To: misc_(_at_)_openbsd_(_dot_)_org
- Subject: Apache (-u), PHP4, OpenBSD 3.2
- From: Greg Thomas <getbsd_(_at_)_sbcglobal_(_dot_)_net>
- Date: Sun, 10 Nov 2002 02:33:52 -0800
Ok, I have PHP4 core and extensions installed from ports and I've added
the php4-pgsql-4.2.3.tgz extension.
Many of my old PHP pages work fine but some don't so I'm currently
running '/usr/sbin/httpd -u' until I'm done troubleshooting.
Here's a snippet for example:
<p><font color="#333333" size=+1>The current date and time is: <?php
print(date("l F dS Y h:i:s A"));?>
<p>Your browser: <?php echo $HTTP_USER_AGENT;?>
Which prints out:
The current date and time is: Sunday November 10th 2002 02:09:57 AM PST.
So the print function works fine but it appears variables like
$HTTP_USER_AGENT aren't being passed from Apache to the PHP module (nor
are variables from POST operations, either).
The above and my other PHP pages work fine with OpenBSD 3.0 and PHP
4.0.x. Since one of the two things that I have upgraded is OpenBSD I
figured I'd check here to see if I'm missing something.