[phpa] Re: .php files detected as downloads?

Try adding this to you php.ini file and restart apache.

expose_php = Off

This stops PHP from adding its version info to the Server header and 
will also stop PHPA from adding the X-Accelerated-By header.

Brian

At 1:15 PM -0700 6/14/02, Camilo wrote:
>--- Nick Lindridge <nick@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx> wrote:
>>
>>  >
>>  > Hi,
>>  >
>>  > Today I installed phpa and activated it on one of
>>  my
>>  > sites. I use php-nuke on it and I was surprised to
>>  > find that the text links I use in blocks are
>>  detected
>>  > as downloads when I click on them. The links which
>>  > come by default with php-nuke work just fine.
>>  >
>>  > I removed phpa and it worked correctly again. Does
>>  > anyone know what the problem could be?
>>
>>  you could try unsetting or setting the expose flag
>>  (i forget which way the
>>  logic is) so that your server doesn't expose php. If
>>  php is being exposed,
>  > phpa adds an X-Accelerated-By http header when it
>>  handles requests, and
>>  perhaps the presence of that in the http header is
>>  confusing things your
>>  browser.
>>
>
>What do you mean with "php is being exposed"? How do I
>change the expose flag?
>
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