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Apache (Windows) that works?


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Hi,
All I get is Apache HTTP Server has encountered a problem when I try to run phpinfo.php, or any php for that matter. If I comment out the dbg line, it works fine. It's a pretty vanilla install.
Windows XP, 2 gigs RAM, CoreDuo 2 GHZ, 11 gigs free.
Apache 2.2.3
PHP 5.1.6
Zend Version 3.30
MySQL 5.0x

From the PHP.ini
[Zend]
;zend_extension_ts=C:\Program Files\PHP\ext\php_dbg.dll-5.1.x
zend_extension_manager.optimizer_ts="C:\Program Files\Zend\ZendOptimizer-3.3.0\lib\Optimizer-3.3.0"
zend_extension_ts="C:\Program Files\Zend\ZendOptimizer-3.3.0\lib\ZendExtensionManager.dll"

[debugger]
debugger.hosts_allow= 127.0.0.1 localhost
debugger.hosts_deny=ALL
debugger.ports=7869, 10000/16

It doesn't matter which line I put the .dll line or if it's the only extension, I get the same error whenever I run any PHP page. Since it's a development machine, there is not a new install of Apache/php/mysql. It is solid and stable until I added phg_dbg. The dll is also in the php/ext directory.

Any thoughts appreciated,
Jack T.
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I do not know what pretty vanialla means. There are at least two official variations of PHP and with ZEnd's there are three. If you surf a little, you'll even find some more. Which one did you install? Why not to try what is known to work well? I mean TechPlatform available from our site for free.

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I mean TechPlatform available from our site for free.
Hi Dimitri,
Thank you for your reply.
- I started out on the open source site http://sourceforge.net/projects/dbg2/
- Next I found it at http://www.php-debugger.com/dbg/ I followed the installation instructions exactly. When I started using the forum, I ended up with links to http://www.nusphere.com/
- I registered and learned it seems like this company is a commercial version of it with an IDE
- Changing a development system that has no problems with any other software, or that there is such a thing as a TechPlatform, are not the first things that comes to mind.
- The Techplatform looks perfect and almost exactly what I have. I will move off my current installation, install it, and let you know if it works.

Thank you for your reply

Sincerely,,
Jack T.
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Hi Dimitri,
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TechPlatform available from our site for free.

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I will move off my current installation, install it, and let you know if it works.
It was a big job, but it's finished. The Techplatform must know how to hold it's mouth just right because the debugger loads and php doesn' crash the moment it executes a PHP script anymore.

Thanks tons,
Jack T.


PS: Tell them to change the install to use Apache monitor instead of Apace control. They are both part of the distro. You don't get a window to see your error message with Apache control. Other than that, the utilities are the same.
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There is no way to stop and quit ApacheMonitor during uninstall. Therefore it may remain in the system, yet. Apachectlw is a bit better in this way. Also, it's handy, you can easilt start-stop whenever you need. With ApacheMonitor you'd need more clicks and it's a bit slower. Just my 2c.

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