[LUNI] Epic LAMP Fail
clydeforrester at gmail.com
Tue Sep 14 01:12:02 CDT 2010
Yes. You could have a file called hello.php:
Then you type php hello.php
Also you can do a which php and put that in the "shebang" line at the
top of the php file.
Then of course it'll fold it's arms and refuse to cooperate.
So you have to do a chmod +x hello.php
And of course, if it gets really clueless, you have to type
for it to catch on to the idea that it's right here in the current
I created a php script with the mysql_connect(...) in it,
and it gave me a blank stare and no errors.
So, I put a print command after the connect, and it printed the text.
So, I figure that php is working fine with mysql from the command line,
but for some reason not with apache2 html.
I plan to add to the command line script to see if I can read from the
table and print what I get from mysql to the screen.
Then I'll post what happened.
Carl Karsten wrote:
> how do you run a .php scrip from the command line?
> I am guessing $ php foo.php
> On Mon, Sep 13, 2010 at 4:06 PM, <jjirsa at comcast.net> wrote:
>> If you see a section for "mysql", "mysqli", and "pdo" in the phpinfo()
>> output, then the modules are loaded.
>> So, if you run a script at the command line with a call to mysql_connect(),
>> do you still get an error?
>> If you call it from a browser, do you get an error?
>> BTW, some distros have a CLI and an Apache PHP config file (like in SuSE,
>> you have /etc/php5/cli/php.ini and /etc/php5/apache2/php.ini), so depending
>> on how the page is called, you might or might not see an error.
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