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PHP..

Is it working?

Uploading a php file, and pointing my browser at it, begins a download. This usually happens on servers where PHP is not in place.

It's not a problem with the PHP. It's running fine on http://www.impendingdoom.co.uk , and indeed my own server here.

One of the main reasons I signed up was the PHP and MySQL on the webspace. I /was/ planning to transfer my domains over.

Please tell me it's just a tempoary fault. :|
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> Is it working?
Hi there,
It's working fine ... where are you uploading your scripts to?
Regards,
Mike
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The normal webspace.

Am I meant to be uploading to the cgi webspace?

Because most my site is php-inter-twined, and that would be a bit of a bummer if all my php has to be a different directory.

But if both servers come to the same url, that would be cool.
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> Because most my site is php-inter-twined, and that would be a bit of a bummer if all my php has to be a different directory.
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> But if both servers come to the same url, that would be cool.
Hi there,
At the moment you need to put all your scripts on the CGI server. Remember it takes the format cgi.username.plus.com so your cookies should still work (they don't need to migrate across domains).
We are working on a solution that will integrate both platforms, but there is no fixed ETA for this.
Regards,
Mike
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| Mike Grice.....................Unmetered & ADSL solutions
| Customer Support......................for Home & Business
| PlusNet Technologies Ltd..............http://www.plus.net
+ ----- My Referrals - It pays to recommend PlusNet -----
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Cool, cheers for the quick responce Smiley