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Install PHP5 (With a poor attempt already)

Discussion in 'Plesk for Windows - 8.x and Older' started by GhostGT, Sep 14, 2006.

  1. GhostGT

    GhostGT Guest

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    I'm having a lot of PHP issues since I did what I thought was an upgrade. I upgraded Plesk and the php pages for it would not work(Figure A) so I figured it was using PHP5, am I correct? (Question A) But after installing PHP5 I then noticed no PHP pages would work, not webmail, not my test page (Figuare B) nothing, how can I install PHP5 from a Broken Install or how can I possible fix it? (Question B)

    (Figure A)
    https://www.elementsystems.net:8443/
    *WTF is this?

    (Figuare B)
    http://www.elementsystems.net/phpinfo.php
    <php? phpinfo(); ?>

    Hope I presented this well enough for you all. This was the resource I used to install PHP5. http://kb.swsoft.com/article_149_1048_en.html
     
  2. shortcut

    shortcut Guest

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    http://kb.swsoft.com/article_149_1048_en.html has a problem,

    you need to run IIS manager, and for each site, right click properties,
    Click Home Directory,
    Click Configuration,
    Find the PHP entry, and EDIT it

    and change it from
    C:\Progra~1\SWsoft\Plesk\Additi~1\Php\php-cgi.exe
    to
    "C:\Program Files\SWsoft\Plesk\Additional\Php\php-cgi.exe"

    Somethingt to do with spaces, and quoting, means it cant find the short path.

    After doing this, PHP5 works a treat.

    You need to set WEBMAIL to be the php4.exe at

    "C:\Program Files\SWsoft\Plesk\Additional\Php4\php.exe"

    however, as Horde doesnt like PHP5

    you can do this manually for any other php sites that need php4 isntead of five too.

    Cheers,
    -Sean
     
  3. ikovan55

    ikovan55 Guest

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    In Plesk 7.6.1

    simply create ".php" extension mapping from IIS : right click "Web Sites" : "Home Directory" tab >Configuration>Mappings

    click "Cache ISAPI Extensions" then click "Add"

    Executable: "C:\Program Files\SWsoft\Plesk\Additional\Php\php.exe"

    Extension: .php

    Verbs: All Verbs

    so, even your PLESK will be faster and your php scripts work correctly! I tried it!
     
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