PHP Hypertext Preprocessor 4.4.2

Description:  server-side HTML embedded scripting language
Maintainer:  Marco Amrein <support@ee.ethz.ch>
Created:  2004-12-31
Updated:  2006-02-01 (upgrade to 4.4.2 (regression-bug-patched))
Support:  O+P Support <rt@oetiker.ch>
Links:  Homepage, SEPP Dir, INSTALL
OS:  solaris-2.8 sparc sun4u
linux
Categories:  programming, internet
Binaries:  php-4.4.2
More Info

PHP is a server-side HTML embedded scripting language.

To use PHP as installed under SEPP, you have to write your PHP page like a script and execute this script as a CGI. This means the first line of your PHP script should read:

#!/usr/sepp/bin/php

You can use the following script to test your setup and to find out how PHP is configured in your local environment:

#!/usr/sepp/bin/php

<?

phpinfo();

?>

Attention: there might also be a php_module included in the local webserver. This is probably be called if the filename of your script ends in .php