Synchronet v3.15b-Win32 (upgrade) has been released (Oct-2011).
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Dynamic PHP content may be served by the Synchronet Web Server using PHP-CGI.
PHP applications will not magically have access to your Synchronet content (e.g. users, messages, files).
Make sure you get PHP-CGI support. On *nix platforms, this is achieved by excluding the
–with-apxs2 option from the
configure command-line during the installation process.
Install your PHP application(s) into your
[Web] Root directory, as specified in your
Note: many PHP web applications require 3rd party database support (e.g. MySQL), which may need to be installed as well.
- The Web Server is enabled (
- If your application has an
index.phpfile, that that file is included in the
IndexFileNamesvalue (comma separated list)
MaxCgiInactivityvalue is set to something sane (default: 120 seconds)
CGIExtensionskey value includes
.php(comma separated list)
Optionskey value does not include the
NO_CGIoption (bit 5)
[Web] AutoStart=true IndexFileNames=index.html,index.ssjs,index.php MaxCgiInactivity=120 CGIExtensions=.cgi,.pl,.php Options=NO_HOST_LOOKUP
If you're using Synchronet for Windows v3.15 (Web Server Revision 1.525 or later), edit the
[CGI.Win32] section, otherwise, edit the
php key value points to the correct path (location) of your
[CGI] php = /usr/local/bin/php-cgi
[CGI.Win32] php = /php/php-cgi.exe