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Installation Prob: PHP 4.3.4/W2K3 - PHP Development

Help! I'm at my wits end... I have installed via the manual instructions to the letter and am still not able to get PHP to function properly with IIS 6. I continually get a 404 page not found. I am not using ISAPI, I'm using CGI and configuring the extension in the MMC. I am updating the php.ini properly as well. Has anyone seen this? I can run ASP scripts from this directory. Any help is appreciated. Thanks, Jesse...

  1. #1

    Default Installation Prob: PHP 4.3.4/W2K3

    Help! I'm at my wits end... I have installed via the manual
    instructions to the letter and am still not able to get PHP to
    function properly with IIS 6.

    I continually get a 404 page not found. I am not using ISAPI, I'm
    using CGI and configuring the extension in the MMC. I am updating the
    php.ini properly as well.

    Has anyone seen this? I can run ASP scripts from this directory. Any
    help is appreciated.

    Thanks,
    Jesse
    Jesse Quijano Guest

  2. #2

    Default Re: Installation Prob: PHP 4.3.4/W2K3


    "Jesse Quijano" <jessespamming.quijano.is_bad.net> wrote in message
    news:iffgqv8ndr279hcb8rbv75p219b6gqj29f4ax.com...
    > Help! I'm at my wits end... I have installed via the manual
    > instructions to the letter and am still not able to get PHP to
    > function properly with IIS 6.
    >
    > I continually get a 404 page not found. I am not using ISAPI, I'm
    > using CGI and configuring the extension in the MMC. I am updating the
    > php.ini properly as well.
    >
    > Has anyone seen this? I can run ASP scripts from this directory. Any
    > help is appreciated.
    Yup, I saw this today. It drove me crazy. No problems with 4.3.3

    Eric


    Eric Meyers Guest

  3. #3

    Default Re: Installation Prob: PHP 4.3.4/W2K3

    Can you point me to the compiled binaries? Did you use the setup
    program, or configure by hand?

    I looked on the php.net site, but couldn't find 4.3.3.

    On Wed, 05 Nov 2003 01:38:18 GMT, "Eric Meyers"
    <uspammerbiteme.com> wrote:
    >
    >"Jesse Quijano" <jessespamming.quijano.is_bad.net> wrote in message
    >news:iffgqv8ndr279hcb8rbv75p219b6gqj29f4ax.com.. .
    >> Help! I'm at my wits end... I have installed via the manual
    >> instructions to the letter and am still not able to get PHP to
    >> function properly with IIS 6.
    >>
    >> I continually get a 404 page not found. I am not using ISAPI, I'm
    >> using CGI and configuring the extension in the MMC. I am updating the
    >> php.ini properly as well.
    >>
    >> Has anyone seen this? I can run ASP scripts from this directory. Any
    >> help is appreciated.
    >
    >Yup, I saw this today. It drove me crazy. No problems with 4.3.3
    >
    >Eric
    >
    Jesse Quijano Guest

  4. #4

    Default Re: Installation Prob: PHP 4.3.4/W2K3

    Which executable are you using? For CGI try the CLI version. Make sure you
    can execute other CGI programs to verify that your server is setup
    correctly. I just installed 4.3.4 on XP running Apache. I was getting a
    "Server not found" error until I swapped the executables.

    -CF



    "Jesse Quijano" <jessespamming.quijano.is_bad.net> wrote in message
    news:iffgqv8ndr279hcb8rbv75p219b6gqj29f4ax.com...
    > Help! I'm at my wits end... I have installed via the manual
    > instructions to the letter and am still not able to get PHP to
    > function properly with IIS 6.
    >
    > I continually get a 404 page not found. I am not using ISAPI, I'm
    > using CGI and configuring the extension in the MMC. I am updating the
    > php.ini properly as well.
    >
    > Has anyone seen this? I can run ASP scripts from this directory. Any
    > help is appreciated.
    >
    > Thanks,
    > Jesse

    ChronoFish Guest

  5. #5

    Default Re: Installation Prob: PHP 4.3.4/W2K3

    On Tue, 04 Nov 2003 16:11:02 -0800, Jesse Quijano
    <jessespamming.quijano.is_bad.net> wrote:
    >Help! I'm at my wits end... I have installed via the manual
    >instructions to the letter and am still not able to get PHP to
    >function properly with IIS 6.
    OK, here's the missing step:

    *** Configure Web Service Extension ***
    - Go into the IIS Manager
    - Open the local computer
    - Right Click on Web Service Extensions and select "Add new web
    service extension
    - Enter the extension name: PHP
    - Select "Add" and navigate to the PHP.exe file and click OK.
    - Select the Set extension status to allowed.
    - Select OK.

    Now, configure the rest as per the install.txt manual.

    Hope this helps!
    Jesse
    Jesse Quijano Guest

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