Missing script handler for suffix '.php', access denied!
Ok, here is another one.
I guess I did something wrong in the configuration thats why I post it in this forum.
I'm getting this error-message for all requests to a given virtual host on my server. Other vhosts are working fine and also with php-files.
I didn't setup anything related to the fastcgi-handlers dependend on the virtual host. Thats why I find this behaviour a little bit irritating.
That is the full error-message:
I would appreciate any ideas about that.
Only possible reason I could think of is that the MIME setting has been overriden some where, at context level or in a .htaccess file.
The problem cannot be fixed by adding an explicit script handler?
Damned, I thought there was no .htaccess but there was a forgotton one with:
AddType application/x-httpd-php .html .htm
could this have caused this strange behaviour? would it override the script-handler or something?
for apache it *adds* them to the existing handlers.
I didn't need that so I just removed it and it started to work again.
Thanks for your support!
You are welcome. :-)
That should not affect ".php", could be a bug, I will take a look.
It not easy to support Apache style MIME setting and .htaccess in much efficient manner. ;-)
It is a bug, fixed. Please download 2.0.2 again if you want.
Yeah, that worked. I can confirm that .
Thanks for your fast bugfixes :).
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