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I was recomended to follow the installation instruction "how to setup an php/mysq/apache" the Instruction is here But when i reload the Apache so do i get an error like: The I think the problem after looking at it again and again and not seeing it previously is that if you look, Ankur, at your post, you have listed: ************************** // ...httpd.conf Aug 10, 2002,06:19 #6 Andrew-J2000 View Profile View Forum Posts Currently Occupied; Till Sunda Join Date Aug 2001 Location London Posts 2,475 Mentioned 0 Post(s) Tagged 0 Thread(s) actually i did I have version 1.1.0 and it gives me a pile of errors. http://culturahq.com/cannot-load/cannot-load-c-php-sapi-php4apache2-dll.html

Before I had PHP running as CGI and recently installed PHP 4.2 as an Apache module. Back to top SteffenModeratorJoined: 15 Oct 2005Posts: 2428Location: Hilversum, NL, EU Posted: Tue 06 Nov '12 18:29 Post subject: You have to use php5apache2_4.dll, download it from the download page here. Andrew Johnstone www.ajohnstone.com Zend Platform (Buran Beta) Zend Studio Xenon Aug 11, 2002,13:00 #9 DR_LaRRY_PEpPeR View Profile View Forum Posts Making a better wheel Join Date Jul 2001 Location Missouri Posts Reply With Quote 05-02-2002,12:12 PM #20 Anon View Profile View Forum Posts Senior Member Join Date Jun 2000 Posts 65,357 RE: cannot load php4apache.dll in apache I have the same problem. http://www.sitepoint.com/forums/showthread.php?71784-Cannot-load-C-php-sapi-php4apache2-dll-into-server

Format For Printing -XML -Clone This Bug -Top of page This is ASF Bugzilla: the Apache Software Foundation bug system. if you do a clean install, it then installs to C:\WINNT but i installed over the previous clean installation of win98SE, so my system root is still c:\Windows even though its Find all posts by nicat23 Find all threads by nicat23 Add nicat23 to Your Buddy List #5 April 5th, 2003, 07:51 AM Ben Rowe Guest Posts: n/a

MyWeb « Previous Thread | Next Thread » Thread Tools Search this Thread Display Modes Dev Articles Community Forums Sponsor: #1 April 3rd, 2003, 05:58 For further reading try the install.txt that comes with PHP and read the "Manual Installation Steps" part and the "Apache 2.0.x on Microsoft Windows" part. I have all c:\php\dlls and php4ts.dll copied to c:\windows\system32 and php4apache.dll copied to c:\apache2\modules I'm pretty sure too, that the configuration files and paths are ok in both, Apache and PHP. When the 2.3 version of the dll is used, the error is: httpd.exe: Syntax error on line 531 of C:/Apache24/conf/httpd.conf: Module "sapi\\apache2handler\\mod_php5.c" is not compatible with this version of Apache (found

Apache LoungeWebmasters About Forum Index Downloads Search Register Log in Keep Server Online If you find the Apache Lounge, the downloads and overall help useful, please express your satisfaction with Aug 10, 2002,05:10 #3 Andrew-J2000 View Profile View Forum Posts Currently Occupied; Till Sunda Join Date Aug 2001 Location London Posts 2,475 Mentioned 0 Post(s) Tagged 0 Thread(s) nope it just There are errors, and I thought this was the best place to solve this problem. I did just figure it out though, I needed the correct php5apache2_4.dll and found it here - http://www.apachelounge.com/download/additional/ More specifically, I downloaded php5apache2_4.dll-php-5.4-win32.zip and used the PHP 5.4.9 php5apache2_4.dll and it

So I went on to install PHP, adding all the necessary stuff into the httpd.conf file. Also in the future, please reference the posting rules. USA Posts 12,305 Mentioned 1 Post(s) Tagged 0 Thread(s) If you are using Apache 2.0.39, you will need to use a different file in order to get it to work. My problem is: G++ error messages go directly to Apache Log and I would like...[[emailprotected]] Problem In My .Net Dll Of Tomcat Server Downloading In IE in Httpd-usersHi!, I am embedding

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Steffen Apache Lounge is not sponsored by anyone.Your donations will help to keep this site alive and well, and continuing the building of the binaries. this content You’re going to have problems running old pre Apache 2.0.44 versions with PHP. Looks like if there are a problem whith "old" third party modules. in Httpd-usersThread Title: Cannot load C:/Apache2/modules/ApacheModuleJServ.dll into server: The specified module could not be found.

I'm so frusterated. Don't start putting stuff where it does not belong. second : hope i send in the right mailing-list. weblink those screw up seemingly a bit more than the "stable releases" Post your versions, OS etc.

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php.net| support| documentation| report a bug| advanced search| search howto| statistics| random bug| login go to bug id or search bugs for Bug#10619 Worth, TX Posts: 650 Time spent in forums: 1 h 48 m 34 sec Reputation Power: 0 I agree.. Now, when i try to start httpd-2.4.7 with mod_ssl enabled ( OpenSSL installed version is 1.0.0l ) it throws the following error.

I have found no problems w/ a default install, except those listed above...

I had to copy the php4ts.dll file to my /windows/system directory. and saw there was an php4apache2.dll also and when i load thise module everything goes just fine ;) Reply With Quote 05-28-2002,07:36 AM #24 Anon View Profile View Forum Posts Senior Everything goes well, but phpinfo() shows the older version number etc. I read the Installation guide that came with the source files, checked the FAQ, and browsed some of the archives but I haven't figured out the problem yet.

So, make sure you download the source file. Cannot load C:/php/sapi/php4apache.dll into server Web Server Configuration forum to discuss the problems and solutions of Apache and IIS Server configurations. I didn't copy the new php4ts.dll to my sys directory. http://culturahq.com/cannot-load/cannot-load-php4apache2-dll.html I use fork and execvl to invoke G++ and CSP binary.

Reply With Quote 05-20-2002,06:54 PM #22 cantorman View Profile View Forum Posts Join Date May 2002 Posts 1 RE: cannot load php4apache.dll in apache I have PHP 4.2.1 and apache 2.0.36 Also those versions offer msi installer. Forum Program Your Site PHP Cannot load C:/php/sapi/php4apache2.dll into server The SitePoint Forums have moved. and my HTML looks as the one shown below...[[emailprotected]] Configuring Multiple Tomcat Application Servers With Apache HTTP Server/ Load Balancing With Apache Web Server :- Not Working in Httpd-usersHello Team, We

Now the Interbase support works and everything that crashed the server before as well. I got up to the point where I dont see apache complaining about finding the library anymore, but now I get a windows dialog saying: "invalid library maybe not a php Logged DeveloperSide.NETAdvanced PHP and MySQL Solutions for your Web Design and Development needs with Web.Developer Server Suite. Once a threshold is reached (I can't pin this down exactly, but we usually reach it several times over our busy hours), the load immediately jumps to around 150 and more.

Reply With Quote 05-02-2002,03:19 PM #21 Anon View Profile View Forum Posts Senior Member Join Date Jun 2000 Posts 65,357 RE: cannot load php4apache.dll in apache Got the exact same problem. Tested it using the function. Thanks in advance! Just make sure you add C:\php (or wherever you installed PHP) to the PATH environment variable. (XP: START > Control Panel > System and press "Environment Variables" it usually is already

ol4pr0 View Public Profile View Extended RPG Stats Challenge This User To Battle Send a private message to ol4pr0 Find all posts by ol4pr0 Find all threads by ol4pr0 Add ol4pr0 Good luck! The installer one did not install the sapi folder and lots of other things. In my case, I commented out the following line in php.ini extension=php_mssql70.dll Then the Apache crash does not happpen.

httpd-2.4.7 was compiled against OpenSSL-1.0.1e.

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