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From:Mike OK Date:January 8 2006 7:14pm
Subject:Re: Cant access my files through the web site
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    The problem here does not involve mysql.  For better advice, try an
apache or PHP group.  From what I know, I would check directory permissions
in the apache conf file.  Mike

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From: "ghislain groulx" <ghislain_groulx@stripped>
To: <mysql@stripped>
Sent: January 8, 2006 1:19 PM
Subject: Cant access my files through the web site

> hi
> Im quite new to mysql and i bought a book to learn how to work with mysql
> (php and mysql for  The first problem i have is probably
> easy to solve but i don't know how.
> I did exactly like in the book and i set up my web server(it was already
> since i run a website for a long time now), mysql and php last.  After
> the book told me to create 2 files called test.php and mysql_up.php to
> php and mysql.  So far, i could see the files in the browser but as soon
> i enter back all the content of my website in the web server (i run apache
> 2), i could not see the php files anymore.  Now, if i enter the adress
>  or localhost/mysql_up.php, it always redirect
> me to the home page of the website.
> Can someone tell me what i missed ?  I guess the probelm lies in the
> configuration file of the apache server, but i dont know what to change.
> thanks a lot !
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