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Re: suEXEC equiv for PHP in Apache2

Am Mi, den 30.06.2004 schrieb Luis Miguel Cruz um 11:15:

> Hi Gary,
> Let me know if I understand your problem and if is the same problem I 
> have here.
> With FC1 is impossible to modify php variables per vhost, is that correct?

No, his aim is different and I don't think the content of your question
is correct.

> I am trying to find the way to permit php for some vhost and restrict 
> php service for other, but I didn´t find the solution yet.
> Do you have any clue, comment or suggestion?

I would suggest you comment all content in /etc/httpd/conf.d/php.conf
and put in it's content only to those vhost definitions where you want
PHP being enabled (maybe the main server too).


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