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    Apache not displaying index.php - trying to save it instead!

    Oh Bum! I have just updated my FOg server from 0.27 to 0.28 and all seemed to go well but when i try to browse to my management page http://fog/fog/index.php instead of my browser opening the console up the browser offers to save the php.ini file for me!

    I'm guessing that the install has written over some config file but I'm not suer what that would be! Could anyone suggest what might have happened and what i need to do?

    thanks

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    try reinstalling php ?

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    Something's upset php/apache.

    Restart apache and look in the logfiles to see if there's anything in there about what it's problem is.

    Alternatively check the php module is being loaded from the config files.

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    In the end I edited http.conf and another file which I have already forgotten that basically told apache what to do with the .php extension. It then worked?

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    open the apache config

    do a search for index.htm or index.html ... then add index.php next to it

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