Enable PHP on local Apache2 server

Dennis Kaptain dkaptain at yahoo.com.mx
Wed Dec 28 14:35:53 UTC 2011

> De: Klaus-Peter Schrage <kpschrage at gmx.de>
>Para: Fedora <users at lists.fedoraproject.org> 
>Enviado: MiƩrcoles, 28 de diciembre, 2011 8:28:44
>Asunto: Enable PHP on local Apache2 server
>I have set up a local webserver for testing static html (of which I have some basic knowledge) and dynamic html (which is quite new to me). After I had set proper permissions on /var/www/ and had copied my testfiles to the appropriate locations, httpd worked out of the box (i. e. with the original httpd.conf that came with Fedora 16). I could run Perl scripts (e. g. a guestbook) in cgi-bin, but no PHP scripts. Apache's error log gave:
>(8)Exec format error: exec of '/var/www/cgi-bin/test.php' failed
>Premature end of script headers: test.php
>The script test.php simply calls phpinfo() and works on my hired external webspace, so this must be a configuration issue with my local webserver. Strange enaugh, I didn't find many clues on enabling PHP in the Apache.org documentation and even elsewhere.
>Thanks for any pointers
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>Try moving the file to /var/www/html/test.php
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