| 10:59 pm on Sep 6, 2003 (gmt 0)|
try using / in your path, or enclosing it all in " "
c:/dir1 or "c:\dir1"
| 8:26 am on Sep 7, 2003 (gmt 0)|
Nope, still no luck.
The funny thing is it use to work OK and it works OK if I put it back to
Apache is fine, but any php pages come back blank and create the entry above in the apache error log.
.... There must be a setting I'm missing somewhere.
| 8:40 am on Sep 7, 2003 (gmt 0)|
Bizarrely, PHP files in the deeper, older directory are still working!
(i.e. [localhost...] works ok whereas [localhost...] does not - but it does if I move my apache document root back to c:\DIR1\DIR2)
I have changed my %SYSTEMROOT%/php.ini file to the following:
|; The root of the PHP pages, used only if nonempty. |
doc_root = "c:\DIR1"
And I've since turned errors on and off in this file and those changes took effect so it must have read in this change too...
| 8:32 am on Sep 8, 2003 (gmt 0)|
silly question... you don't have a sneaky .htaccess throwing a spanner in the works of one or other directory do you?
| 8:52 am on Sep 8, 2003 (gmt 0)|
What a gumpty!
I was trying to access a .php page that didn't exist. I was sure I'd copied my example.php file over but obviously not... strange though because instead of getting a 404 I just got a blank page and the strange PHP error in the Apache Error Log.
I'm really quite embarrassed.... oops.
Can I stop it doing this and make it go back to fiving me a nice 404 if the php page doesn't exist?