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Apache-php : downlaod d'un fichier php au lieu de l'interpreter :(


Lorsque je tape dans mon browser http://localhost/materiel.php, il me propose de telecharger le fichier.

ce qui est le plus surprenant, c’est que dans le repertoire phpmyadmin, ou il y a moult fichiers php, et ca fonctionne parfaitement : http://localhost/phpmyadmin/index.php me donne bien la page d’administration de ma base SQL :confused: ???
quel fichier desirez-vous voir ?

quelle version de Apache ? Ensuite, balance : httpd.conf et/ou apache2.conf et/ou apache.conf.

Vérifie dedans que t’as bien :
[fixed]AddType application/x-httpd-php .php
AddType application/x-httpd-php .php3
AddType application/x-httpd-php .php4
AddType application/x-httpd-php .php5 (<-- si t’as PHP5)
AddType application/x-httpd-php .phtml
AddType application/x-httpd-php-source .phps

bah j’avais ca, + ou -, m’enfin par sécurité j’ai mis exactement ces lignes-la, puis apachestop/start, et meme resultat :frowning:

et ce qui est encore + bizarre, c’est si je mets mon fichier materiel.php dans le rep phpmyadmin, alors il est interpreté correctement…
voici le httpd.conf :
[cpp]# configuration directives that give the server its instructions.

See URL: for detailed information about

the directives.

Do NOT simply read the instructions in here without understanding

what they do. They’re here only as hints or reminders. If you are unsure

consult the online docs. You have been warned.

After this file is processed, the server will look for and process

/etc/apache/srm.conf and then /etc/apache/access.conf

unless you have overridden these with ResourceConfig and/or

AccessConfig directives here.

The configuration directives are grouped into three basic sections:

1. Directives that control the operation of the Apache server process as a

whole (the ‘global environment’).

2. Directives that define the parameters of the ‘main’ or ‘default’ server,

which responds to requests that aren’t handled by a virtual host.

These directives also provide default values for the settings

of all virtual hosts.

3. Settings for virtual hosts, which allow Web requests to be sent to

different IP addresses or hostnames and have them handled by the

same Apache server process.

Configuration and logfile names: If the filenames you specify for many

of the server’s control files begin with “/” (or “drive:/” for Win32), the

server will use that explicit path. If the filenames do not begin

with “/”, the value of ServerRoot is prepended – so “logs/foo.log”

with ServerRoot set to “/usr/local/apache” will be interpreted by the

server as “/usr/local/apache/logs/foo.log”.

Section 1: Global Environment

The directives in this section affect the overall operation of Apache,

such as the number of concurrent requests it can handle or where it

can find its configuration files.

ServerType is either inetd, or standalone. Inetd mode is only supported on

Unix platforms.

ServerType standalone

ServerRoot: The top of the directory tree under which the server’s

configuration, error, and log files are kept, unless they are specified

with an absolute path.

NOTE! If you intend to place this on an NFS (or otherwise network)

mounted filesystem then please read the LockFile documentation

(available at URL:;

you will save yourself a lot of trouble.

Do NOT add a slash at the end of the directory path.

ServerRoot /etc/apache

The LockFile directive sets the path to the lockfile used when Apache

is compiled with either USE_FCNTL_SERIALIZED_ACCEPT or

USE_FLOCK_SERIALIZED_ACCEPT. This directive should normally be left at

its default value. The main reason for changing it is if the logs

directory is NFS mounted, since the lockfile MUST BE STORED ON A LOCAL

DISK. The PID of the main server process is automatically appended to

the filename.

LockFile /var/lock/apache.lock

PidFile: The file in which the server should record its process

identification number when it starts.

PidFile /var/run/

ScoreBoardFile: File used to store internal server process information.

Not all architectures require this. But if yours does (you’ll know because

this file will be created when you run Apache) then you must ensure that

no two invocations of Apache share the same scoreboard file.

ScoreBoardFile /var/run/apache.scoreboard

In the standard configuration, the server will process this file,

srm.conf, and access.conf in that order. The latter two files are

now distributed empty, as it is recommended that all directives

be kept in a single file for simplicity. The commented-out values

below are the built-in defaults. You can have the server ignore

these files altogether by using “/dev/null” (for Unix) or

“nul” (for Win32) for the arguments to the directives.

#ResourceConfig /etc/apache/srm.conf
#AccessConfig /etc/apache/access.conf

Timeout: The number of seconds before receives and sends time out.

Timeout 300

KeepAlive: Whether or not to allow persistent connections (more than

one request per connection). Set to “Off” to deactivate.

KeepAlive On

MaxKeepAliveRequests: The maximum number of requests to allow

during a persistent connection. Set to 0 to allow an unlimited amount.

We recommend you leave this number high, for maximum performance.

MaxKeepAliveRequests 100

KeepAliveTimeout: Number of seconds to wait for the next request from the

same client on the same connection.

KeepAliveTimeout 15

Server-pool size regulation. Rather than making you guess how many

server processes you need, Apache dynamically adapts to the load it

sees — that is, it tries to maintain enough server processes to

handle the current load, plus a few spare servers to handle transient

load spikes (e.g., multiple simultaneous requests from a single

Netscape browser).

It does this by periodically checking how many servers are waiting

for a request. If there are fewer than MinSpareServers, it creates

a new spare. If there are more than MaxSpareServers, some of the

spares die off. The default values are probably OK for most sites.

MinSpareServers 5
MaxSpareServers 10

Number of servers to start initially — should be a reasonable ballpark


StartServers 5

Limit on total number of servers running, i.e., limit on the number

of clients who can simultaneously connect — if this limit is ever

reached, clients will be LOCKED OUT, so it should NOT BE SET TOO LOW.

It is intended mainly as a brake to keep a runaway server from taking

the system with it as it spirals down…

MaxClients 150

MaxRequestsPerChild: the number of requests each child process is

allowed to process before the child dies. The child will exit so

as to avoid problems after prolonged use when Apache (and maybe the

libraries it uses) leak memory or other resources. On most systems, this

isn’t really needed, but a few (such as Solaris) do have notable leaks

in the libraries. For these platforms, set to something like 10000

or so; a setting of 0 means unlimited.

NOTE: This value does not include keepalive requests after the initial

request per connection. For example, if a child process handles

an initial request and 10 subsequent “keptalive” requests, it

would only count as 1 request towards this limit.

MaxRequestsPerChild 100

Listen: Allows you to bind Apache to specific IP addresses and/or

ports, in addition to the default. See also the


#Listen 3000

BindAddress: You can support virtual hosts with this option. This directive

is used to tell the server which IP address to listen to. It can either

contain “*”, an IP address, or a fully qualified Internet domain name.

See also the and Listen directives.

#BindAddress *

Dynamic Shared Object (DSO) Support

To be able to use the functionality of a module which was built as a DSO you

have to place corresponding `LoadModule’ lines at this location so the

directives contained in it are actually available before they are used.

Please read the file README.DSO in the Apache 1.3 distribution for more

details about the DSO mechanism and run `apache -l’ for the list of already

built-in (statically linked and thus always available) modules in your apache


Please keep this LoadModule: line here, it is needed for installation.

Include /etc/apache/modules.conf

ExtendedStatus: controls whether Apache will generate “full” status

information (ExtendedStatus On) or just basic information (ExtendedStatus

Off) when the “server-status” handler is called. The default is Off.

ExtendedStatus On

Section 2: ‘Main’ server configuration

The directives in this section set up the values used by the ‘main’

server, which responds to any requests that aren’t handled by a

definition. These values also provide defaults for

any containers you may define later in the file.

All of these directives may appear inside containers,

in which case these default settings will be overridden for the

virtual host being defined.

If your ServerType directive (set earlier in the ‘Global Environment’

section) is set to “inetd”, the next few directives don’t have any

effect since their settings are defined by the inetd configuration.

Skip ahead to the ServerAdmin directive.

Port: The port to which the standalone server listens. For

ports < 1023, you will need apache to be run as root initially.

Port 80

If you wish apache to run as a different user or group, you must run

apacheas root initially and it will switch.

User/Group: The name (or #number) of the user/group to run apache as.

. On SCO (ODT 3) use “User nouser” and “Group nogroup”.

. On HPUX you may not be able to use shared memory as nobody, and the

suggested workaround is to create a user www and use that user.

NOTE that some kernels refuse to setgid(Group) or semctl(IPC_SET)

when the value of (unsigned)Group is above 60000;

don’t use Group nobody on these systems!

User www-data
Group www-data

ServerAdmin: Your address, where problems with the server should be

e-mailed. This address appears on some server-generated pages, such

as error documents.

ServerAdmin webmaster@localhost

ServerName: allows you to set a host name which is sent back to clients for

your server if it’s different than the one the program would get (i.e., use

“www” instead of the host’s real name).

Note: You cannot just invent host names and hope they work. The name you

define here must be a valid DNS name for your host. If you don’t understand

this, ask your network administrator.

If your host doesn’t have a registered DNS name, enter its IP address here.

You will have to access it by its address (e.g.,

anyway, and this will make redirections work in a sensible way.

ServerName localhost


DocumentRoot: The directory out of which you will serve your

documents. By default, all requests are taken from this directory, but

symbolic links and aliases may be used to point to other locations.

DocumentRoot /var/www

Each directory to which Apache has access, can be configured with respect

to which services and features are allowed and/or disabled in that

directory (and its subdirectories).

First, we configure the “default” to be a very restrictive set of


Options SymLinksIfOwnerMatch AllowOverride None

Note that from this point forward you must specifically allow

particular features to be enabled - so if something’s not working as

you might expect, make sure that you have specifically enabled it


This should be changed to whatever you set DocumentRoot to.

<Directory /var/www/>

This may also be “None”, “All”, or any combination of “Indexes”,

“Includes”, “FollowSymLinks”, “ExecCGI”, or “MultiViews”.

Note that “MultiViews” must be named explicitly — “Options All”

doesn’t give it to you.

Options Indexes Includes FollowSymLinks MultiViews

This controls which options the .htaccess files in directories can

override. Can also be “All”, or any combination of “Options”, “FileInfo”,

“AuthConfig”, and “Limit”

AllowOverride None

Controls who can get stuff from this server.

Order allow,deny
Allow from all

UserDir: The name of the directory which is appended onto a user’s home

directory if a ~user request is received.

UserDir public_html # # Control access to UserDir directories. The following is an example # for a site where these directories are restricted to read-only. # AllowOverride FileInfo AuthConfig Limit Options MultiViews Indexes SymLinksIfOwnerMatch IncludesNoExec Order allow,deny Allow from all Order deny,allow Deny from all

DirectoryIndex: Name of the file or files to use as a pre-written HTML

directory index. Separate multiple entries with spaces.

DirectoryIndex index.html index.htm index.shtml index.cgi index.php

AccessFileName: The name of the file to look for in each directory

for access control information.

AccessFileName .htaccess

The following lines prevent .htaccess files from being viewed by

Web clients. Since .htaccess files often contain authorization

information, access is disallowed for security reasons. Comment

these lines out if you want Web visitors to see the contents of

.htaccess files. If you change the AccessFileName directive above,

be sure to make the corresponding changes here.

Also, folks tend to use names such as .htpasswd for password

files, so this will protect those as well.

<Files ~ “^.ht”>
Order allow,deny
Deny from all

CacheNegotiatedDocs: By default, Apache sends “Pragma: no-cache” with each

document that was negotiated on the basis of content. This asks proxy

servers not to cache the document. Uncommenting the following line disables

this behavior, and proxies will be allowed to cache the documents.


UseCanonicalName: (new for 1.3) With this setting turned on, whenever

Apache needs to construct a self-referencing URL (a URL that refers back

to the server the response is coming from) it will use ServerName and

Port to form a “canonical” name. With this setting off, Apache will

use the hostname:port that the client supplied, when possible. This

also affects SERVER_NAME and SERVER_PORT in CGI scripts.

UseCanonicalName Off

TypesConfig describes where the mime.types file (or equivalent) is

to be found.

TypesConfig /etc/mime.types

DefaultType is the default MIME type the server will use for a document

if it cannot otherwise determine one, such as from filename extensions.

If your server contains mostly text or HTML documents, “text/plain” is

a good value. If most of your content is binary, such as applications

or images, you may want to use “application/octet-stream” instead to

keep browsers from trying to display binary files as though they are


DefaultType text/plain

The mod_mime_magic module allows the server to use various hints from the

contents of the file itself to determine its type. The MIMEMagicFile

directive tells the module where the hint definitions are located.

mod_mime_magic is not part of the default server (you have to add

it yourself with a LoadModule [see the DSO paragraph in the 'Global

Environment’ section], or recompile the server and include mod_mime_magic

as part of the configuration), so it’s enclosed in an container.

This means that the MIMEMagicFile directive will only be processed if the

module is part of the server.

MIMEMagicFile /usr/share/misc/file/magic.mime

HostnameLookups: Log the names of clients or just their IP addresses

e.g., (on) or (off).

The default is off because it’d be overall better for the net if people

had to knowingly turn this feature on, since enabling it means that

each client request will result in AT LEAST one lookup request to the


HostnameLookups Off

Note that Log files are now rotated by logrotate, not by apache itself.

This means that apache no longer attempts to magically determine

where your log files are kept; you have to fill out stanzas in

/etc/logrotate.d/apache yourself.

ErrorLog: The location of the error log file.

If you do not specify an ErrorLog directive within a

container, error messages relating to that virtual host will be

logged here. If you do define an error logfile for a

container, that host’s errors will be logged there and not here.

ErrorLog /var/log/apache/error.log

LogLevel: Control the number of messages logged to the error_log.

Possible values include: debug, info, notice, warn, error, crit,

alert, emerg.

LogLevel warn

The following directives define some format nicknames for use with

a CustomLog directive (see below).

LogFormat “%h %l %u %t “%r” %>s %b “%{Referer}i” “%{User-Agent}i” “%{forensic-id}n” %T %v” full
LogFormat “%h %l %u %t “%r” %>s %b “%{Referer}i” “%{User-Agent}i” “%{forensic-id}n” %P %T” debug
LogFormat “%h %l %u %t “%r” %>s %b “%{Referer}i” “%{User-Agent}i” “%{forensic-id}n”” combined
LogFormat “%h %l %u %t “%r” %>s %b “%{forensic-id}n”” forensic
LogFormat “%h %l %u %t “%r” %>s %b” common
LogFormat “%{Referer}i -> %U” referer
LogFormat “%{User-agent}i” agent

The location and format of the access logfile (Common Logfile Format).

If you do not define any access logfiles within a

container, they will be logged here. Contrariwise, if you do

define per- access logfiles, transactions will be

logged therein and not in this file.

#CustomLog /var/log/apache/access.log common

If you would like to have agent and referer logfiles, uncomment the

following directives.

#CustomLog /var/log/apache/referer.log referer
#CustomLog /var/log/apache/agent.log agent

If you prefer a single logfile with access, agent, referer and forensic

information (Combined Logfile Format) you can use the following directive.

CustomLog /var/log/apache/access.log combined

ForensicLog /var/log/apache/forensic.log

Debugging information. With apache 1.3.31 two new debugging modules have been

introduced to facilitate this task: mod_backtrace and mod_whatkilledus.

They must NOT be used in production environment if not for debugging!

You must know what you are doing before enabling the modules and

uncommenting the following lines.

EnableExceptionHook On # # Backtrace logs are written to error.log but optionally they can be # redirected to a different file. # # BacktraceLog /var/log/apache/backtrace.log # EnableExceptionHook On # # Whatkilledus logs are written to error.log but optionally they can be # redirected to a different file. # # WhatKilledUsLog /var/log/apache/whatkilledus.log #

Optionally add a line containing the server version and virtual host

name to server-generated pages (error documents, FTP directory listings,

mod_status and mod_info output etc., but not CGI generated documents).

Set to “EMail” to also include a mailto: link to the ServerAdmin.

Set to one of: On | Off | EMail

ServerSignature On

This directive controls whether Server response header field which is

sent back to clients includes a description of the generic OS-type of

the server as well as information about compiled-in modules.

Set to one of: Prod[uctOnly] | Min[imal] | OS | Full

If the directive is not specified the default is set to Full.

#ServerTokens Full

Aliases: Add here as many aliases as you need (with no limit). The format is

Alias fakename realname

Note that if you include a trailing / on fakename then the server will

require it to be present in the URL. So “/icons” isn’t aliased in this

example, only “/icons/”…

Alias /icons/ /usr/share/apache/icons/
<Directory /usr/share/apache/icons>
     Options Indexes MultiViews
     AllowOverride None
     Order allow,deny
     Allow from all

Alias /images/ /usr/share/images/

<Directory /usr/share/images>
     Options MultiViews
     AllowOverride None
     Order allow,deny
     Allow from all

ScriptAlias: This controls which directories contain server scripts.

ScriptAliases are essentially the same as Aliases, except that

documents in the realname directory are treated as applications and

run by the server when requested rather than as documents sent to the client.

The same rules about trailing “/” apply to ScriptAlias directives as to


ScriptAlias /cgi-bin/ /usr/lib/cgi-bin/

“/usr/lib/cgi-bin” could be changed to whatever your ScriptAliased

CGI directory exists, if you have that configured.

<Directory /usr/lib/cgi-bin/>
    AllowOverride None
    Options ExecCGI -MultiViews +SymLinksIfOwnerMatch
    Order allow,deny
    Allow from all

Redirect allows you to tell clients about documents which used to exist in

your server’s namespace, but do not anymore. This allows you to tell the

clients where to look for the relocated document.

Format: Redirect old-URI new-URL

Directives controlling the display of server-generated directory listings.

# FancyIndexing: whether you want fancy directory indexing or standard
IndexOptions FancyIndexing NameWidth=*

# AddIcon* directives tell the server which icon to show for different
# files or filename extensions.  These are only displayed for
# FancyIndexed directories.
AddIconByEncoding (CMP,/icons/compressed.gif) x-compress x-gzip

AddIconByType (TXT,/icons/text.gif) text/*
AddIconByType (IMG,/icons/image2.gif) image/*
AddIconByType (SND,/icons/sound2.gif) audio/*
AddIconByType (VID,/icons/movie.gif) video/*

AddIcon /icons/binary.gif .bin .exe
AddIcon /icons/binhex.gif .hqx
AddIcon /icons/tar.gif .tar
AddIcon /icons/world2.gif .wrl .wrl.gz .vrml .vrm .iv
AddIcon /icons/compressed.gif .Z .z .tgz .gz .zip
AddIcon /icons/a.gif .ps .ai .eps
AddIcon /icons/layout.gif .html .shtml .htm .pdf
AddIcon /icons/text.gif .txt
AddIcon /icons/c.gif .c
AddIcon /icons/p.gif .pl .py
AddIcon /icons/f.gif .for
AddIcon /icons/dvi.gif .dvi
AddIcon /icons/uuencoded.gif .uu
AddIcon /icons/script.gif .conf .sh .shar .csh .ksh .tcl
AddIcon /icons/tex.gif .tex
AddIcon /icons/bomb.gif core
AddIcon /icons/deb.gif .deb

AddIcon /icons/back.gif ..
AddIcon /icons/hand.right.gif README
AddIcon /icons/folder.gif ^^DIRECTORY^^
AddIcon /icons/blank.gif ^^BLANKICON^^

# DefaultIcon: which icon to show for files which do not have an icon
# explicitly set.
DefaultIcon /icons/unknown.gif

# AddDescription: allows you to place a short description after a file in
# server-generated indexes.  These are only displayed for FancyIndexed
# directories.
# Format: AddDescription "description" filename
#AddDescription "GZIP compressed document" .gz
#AddDescription "tar archive" .tar
#AddDescription "GZIP compressed tar archive" .tgz

# ReadmeName: the name of the README file the server will look for by
# default, and append to directory listings.
# HeaderName: the name of a file which should be prepended to
# directory indexes.
# The module recognize only 2 kind of mime-types, text/html and
# text/*, but the only method it has to identify them is via
# the filename extension. The default is to include and display
# html files.
ReadmeName README.html
HeaderName HEADER.html

# Otherwise you can comment the 2 lines above and uncomment
# the 2 below in order to display plain text files.
# ReadmeName README.txt
# HeaderName HEADER.txt

# IndexIgnore: a set of filenames which directory indexing should ignore
# and not include in the listing.  Shell-style wildcarding is permitted.
IndexIgnore .??* *~ *# HEADER.html HEADER.txt RCS CVS *,v *,t

# Uncomment the following IndexIgnore line to add README.* to the file
# list that will not be displayed by mod_autoindex.
# It is not enabled by default on Debian system to permit users to properly
# browse Debian documentation (/doc/)
#IndexIgnore README.*

Document types.

# AddEncoding allows you to have certain browsers (Mosaic/X 2.1+)
# uncompress information on the fly. Note: Not all browsers support
# this.  Despite the name similarity, the following Add* directives
# have nothing to do with the FancyIndexing customization
# directives above.

AddEncoding x-compress Z
AddEncoding x-gzip gz tgz

# AddLanguage: allows you to specify the language of a document. You can
# then use content negotiation to give a browser a file in a language
# it can understand.
# Note 1: The suffix does not have to be the same as the language
# keyword --- those with documents in Polish (whose net-standard
# language code is pl) may wish to use "AddLanguage pl .po" to
# avoid the ambiguity with the common suffix for perl scripts.
# Note 2: The example entries below illustrate that in quite
# some cases the two character 'Language' abbriviation is not
# identical to the two character 'Country' code for its country,
# E.g. 'Danmark/dk' versus 'Danish/da'.
# Note 3: There is 'work in progress' to fix this and get
# the reference data for rfc3066 cleaned up.
# Danish (da) - Dutch (nl) - English (en) - Estonian (ee)
# French (fr) - German (de) - Greek-Modern (el)
# Italian (it) - Portugese (pt) - Luxembourgeois (lb)
# Spanish (es) - Swedish (sv) - Catalan (ca) - Czech(cs)
# Polish (pl) - Brazilian Portuguese (pt-br) - Japanese (ja)
AddLanguage da .dk
AddLanguage nl .nl
AddLanguage en .en
AddLanguage et .ee
AddLanguage fr .fr
AddLanguage de .de
AddLanguage el .el
AddLanguage it .it
AddLanguage ja .ja
AddCharset ISO-2022-JP .jis
AddLanguage pl .po
AddCharset ISO-8859-2 .iso-pl
AddLanguage pt .pt
AddLanguage pt-br .pt-br
AddLanguage lb .lu
AddLanguage ca .ca
AddLanguage es .es
AddLanguage sv .se
AddLanguage cs .cz

# LanguagePriority: allows you to give precedence to some languages
# in case of a tie during content negotiation.
# Just list the languages in decreasing order of preference. We have
# more or less alphabetized them here. You probably want to change
# this.
<IfModule mod_negotiation.c>
    LanguagePriority en da nl et fr de el it ja pl pt pt-br lb ca es sv

# AddType allows you to tweak mime.types without actually editing
# it, or to make certain files to be certain types.
# For example, the PHP 3.x module (not part of the Apache
# distribution - see will typically use:
#AddType application/x-httpd-php3 .php3
#AddType application/x-httpd-php3-source .phps
# And for PHP 4.x, use:
#AddType application/x-httpd-php .php
#AddType application/x-httpd-php-source .phps

#Added by NG (30/03/05)
AddType application/x-httpd-php .php
AddType application/x-httpd-php .php3
AddType application/x-httpd-php .php4
AddType application/x-httpd-php .phtml
AddType application/x-httpd-php-source .phps

AddType application/x-tar .tgz
AddType image/bmp .bmp

# hdml
AddType text/x-hdml .hdml

# AddHandler allows you to map certain file extensions to "handlers",
# actions unrelated to filetype. These can be either built into
# the server or added with the Action command (see below).
# If you want to use server side includes, or CGI outside
# ScriptAliased directories, uncomment the following lines.
# To use CGI scripts:
#AddHandler cgi-script .cgi .sh .pl

# To use server-parsed HTML files mod_include has to be enabled.
<IfModule mod_include.c>
 AddType text/html .shtml
 AddHandler server-parsed .shtml

# Uncomment the following line to enable Apache's send-asis HTTP
# file feature.
#AddHandler send-as-is asis

# If you wish to use server-parsed imagemap files, use
#AddHandler imap-file map

# To enable type maps, you might want to use
#AddHandler type-map var
# End of document types.

Default charset to iso-8859-1 (

AddDefaultCharset on

Action: lets you define media types that will execute a script whenever

a matching file is called. This eliminates the need for repeated URL

pathnames for oft-used CGI file processors.

Format: Action media/type /cgi-script/location

Format: Action handler-name /cgi-script/location

MetaDir: specifies the name of the directory in which Apache can find

meta information files. These files contain additional HTTP headers

to include when sending the document

#MetaDir .web

MetaSuffix: specifies the file name suffix for the file containing the

meta information.

#MetaSuffix .meta

Customizable error response (Apache style)

these come in three flavors

1) plain text

#ErrorDocument 500 "The server made a boo boo.

n.b. the (") marks it as text, it does not get output

2) local redirects

#ErrorDocument 404 /missing.html

to redirect to local URL /missing.html

#ErrorDocument 404 /cgi-bin/

N.B.: You can redirect to a script or a document using server-side-includes.

3) external redirects

#ErrorDocument 402

N.B.: Many of the environment variables associated with the original

request will not be available to such a script.

# # The following directives modify normal HTTP response behavior. # The first directive disables keepalive for Netscape 2.x and browsers that # spoof it. There are known problems with these browser implementations. # The second directive is for Microsoft [Internet Explorer]( 4.0b2 # which has a broken HTTP/1.1 implementation and does not properly # support keepalive when it is used on 301 or 302 (redirect) responses. # BrowserMatch "Mozilla/2" nokeepalive BrowserMatch "MSIE 4\.0b2;" nokeepalive downgrade-1.0 force-response-1.0
# The following directive disables HTTP/1.1 responses to browsers which
# are in violation of the HTTP/1.0 spec by not being able to grok a
# basic 1.1 response.
BrowserMatch "RealPlayer 4\.0" force-response-1.0
BrowserMatch "Java/1\.0" force-response-1.0
BrowserMatch "JDK/1\.0" force-response-1.0

If the perl module is installed, this will be enabled.

Alias /perl/ /var/www/perl/ SetHandler perl-script PerlHandler Apache::Registry Options +ExecCGI

Allow http put (such as Netscape Gold’s publish feature)

Use htpasswd to generate /etc/apache/passwd.

You must unremark these two lines at the top of this file as well:

#LoadModule put_module modules/
#AddModule mod_put.c


Alias /upload /tmp

#<Location /upload>

EnablePut On

AuthType Basic

AuthName Temporary

AuthUserFile /etc/apache/passwd

EnableDelete Off

umask 007

require valid-user


Allow server status reports, with the URL of http://servername/server-status

Change the “” to match your domain to enable.

#<Location /server-status>

SetHandler server-status

Order deny,allow

Deny from all

Allow from


Allow remote server configuration reports, with the URL of

http://servername/server-info (requires that mod_info.c be loaded).

Change the “” to match your domain to enable.

#<Location /server-info>

SetHandler server-info

Order deny,allow

Deny from all

Allow from


Allow access to local system documentation from localhost.

(Debian Policy assumes /usr/share/doc is “/doc/”, at least from the localhost.)

Alias /doc/ /usr/share/doc/

<Location /doc>
order deny,allow
deny from all
allow from
Options Indexes FollowSymLinks MultiViews

There have been reports of people trying to abuse an old bug from pre-1.1

days. This bug involved a CGI script distributed as a part of Apache.

By uncommenting these lines you can redirect these attacks to a logging

script on Or, you can record them yourself, using the script


#<Location /cgi-bin/phf*>

Deny from all

ErrorDocument 403


# # Proxy Server directives. Uncomment the following lines to # enable the proxy server: # #ProxyRequests On
#<Directory proxy:*>
#    Order deny,allow
#    Deny from all
#    Allow from

# Enable/disable the handling of HTTP/1.1 "Via:" headers.
# ("Full" adds the server version; "Block" removes all outgoing Via: headers)
# Set to one of: Off | On | Full | Block
#ProxyVia On

# To enable the cache as well, edit and uncomment the following lines:
# (no cacheing without CacheRoot)
#CacheRoot "/var/cache/apache"
#CacheSize 5
#CacheGcInterval 4
#CacheMaxExpire 24
#CacheLastModifiedFactor 0.1
#CacheDefaultExpire 1
# End of proxy directives.

Section 3: Virtual Hosts

VirtualHost: If you want to maintain multiple domains/hostnames on your

machine you can setup VirtualHost containers for them.

Please see the documentation at URL:

for further details before you try to setup virtual hosts.

You may use the command line option ‘-S’ to verify your virtual host


If you want to use name-based virtual hosts you need to define at

least one IP address (and port number) for them.


VirtualHost example:

Almost any Apache directive may go into a VirtualHost container.



DocumentRoot /www/docs/


ErrorLog logs/

CustomLog logs/ common


#<VirtualHost default:*>

Automatically added by the post-installation script

as part of the transition to a config directory layout

similar to apache2, and that will help users to migrate

from apache to apache2 or revert back easily

Include /etc/apache/conf.d

UP : zavez pas une petite idée ?

tu as le module mod_mime ?
est il active ?

si oui, je sais pas regler ton probleme
si non, soit tu l’installes, soit tu sors tes “AddType application/x-httpd-php .php” de … pasque c’est pas pret d’etre pris en compte… :smiley:

comment je peux savoir si le mod_mime est installé/activé ?

faut que tu regardes dans ce repertoire : /etc/apache/conf.d

t’as une mandrake non ?

nop : debian/knoppix

par contre, dans /etc/apache/conf.d/phpmyadmin.conf (qui ets en fait un lien vers /etc.phpmyadmin/apache.conf), j’ai ca :
<Directory /usr/share/phpmyadmin/>

AllowOverride All

<IfModule mod_suphp.c>
    # Disable suPHP for security reasons
    suPHP_Engine off

<Directory /var/www/phpmyadmin/>

AllowOverride All

<IfModule mod_suphp.c>
    # Disable suPHP for security reasons
    suPHP_Engine off


jamais entendu parler de mod_suPHP…

perso, je sais pas… ca depend entierement de la distrib.
Les mecs qui font knoppix ont semble t il pas mal bidouille l’install de tous le bazar.

si personne d’autre ne te repond ici, tu devrais aller poser la question sur un forum knoppix “officiel” ou fouiller la faq knoppix

je te dirais bien de degager tous ces trucs louches mais y’a aucun garantie que ca va fonctionner apres ni meme comment reparer…

AllowOverride permet de redefinir tout les parametres via un fichier
.htaccess dans /var/www/phpmyadmin. Voici ce qu’il y a dans un des miens:
DirectoryIndex index.php
Options +FollowSymLinks

Order allow,deny
Allow from all

AddType application/x-httpd-php .php
    php_flag magic_quotes_gpc Off
    php_flag track_vars On
    php_flag register_globals Off
    php_value include_path .
<IfModule mod_php5.c>
    AddType application/x-httpd-php .php

    php_flag magic_quotes_gpc Off
    php_flag track_vars On
    php_flag register_globals Off
    php_value include_path .
<IfModule mod_php5_filter.c>
    AddType application/x-httpd-php .php

    php_flag magic_quotes_gpc Off
    php_flag track_vars On
    php_flag register_globals Off
    php_value include_path .
<IfModule mod_php5_hooks.c>
    AddType application/x-httpd-php .php

    php_flag magic_quotes_gpc Off
    php_flag track_vars On
    php_flag register_globals Off
    php_value include_path .

<IfModule !mod_php4.c>
<IfModule !mod_php5.c>
<IfModule !mod_php5_filter.c>
<IfModule !mod_php5_hooks.c>
<IfModule !mod_fastcgi.c>
<IfModule mod_actions.c>
<IfModule mod_cgi.c>
    AddType application/x-httpd-php .php

    Action application/x-httpd-php /cgi-bin/php

Je dirai a premiere vue que tu a mal placé le
AddType :slight_smile: