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FastCGI Handler error after install
Last post Jan 10, 2010 03:39 AM by don.raman
Dec 30, 2009 09:18 PM|LINK
Dec 30, 2009 09:24 PM|LINK
Maybe some dependent DLLs are missing. Please run C:\PHP5\php-cgi.exe -v from command line and see if you are getting any error. You can also check the log file if you have configured PHP to write to one. Somewhere you should get a message saying unable
to load <blah> extension. Please try adding C:\PHP5 as first thing in your PATH environment variable restart IIS and see if this solves the problem. Do you see libmysql.dll inside folder C:\PHP5?
Dec 30, 2009 09:43 PM|LINK
Dec 30, 2009 09:47 PM|LINK
Did you change the PATH environment variable? If yes, probably you will need to restart Windows.
Dec 30, 2009 09:49 PM|LINK
Dec 30, 2009 09:50 PM|LINK
Dec 30, 2009 09:55 PM|LINK
Again you are using GD, MySQL and MySQLi dll which are compiled for thread safe binaries rather than non thread safe. Please use the DLL which comes with NTS installation and not the thread safe ones. When you installed PHP Non Thread Safe version you should
have got NTS version of above DLLs too. Use that please.
Dec 30, 2009 10:02 PM|LINK
Jan 08, 2010 06:43 PM|LINK
I just finished upgrading to Windows 7 from Vista and upgraded Win 7 home to Pro. This is the four time today that I have wiped out my install of Win 7 in a attempt to get WPI to install PHP, Joomla and the other stuff that goes along with the package.
I have a clean install and this time around have not installed any Mcafee software nor any other software that might kill the install of PHP, Joomla, with everything else that installs with WPI. Everything seems to be good until PHP, Joomla, and Windows Cache
Extension. The Links to PHP and the Extension do not appear to be working from my location. On my Vista machine I support three web sites with no problems with PHP, CGI's, Mysql, IIS 6, 7 and Apache 2.2.
Since it was neat to find the WPI for windows that shows it supports Joomla, I thought that was pretty cool. But after several hours of loading, reloading, deleting, reformatting the hard drive and starting over. It is becoming disappointing that I've spent
good money on what I think is to be a good product and find that I'm not having the same luck as I did with vista.
I not sure your role with Microsoft or the WPI team is, I just keep seeing your post. I have download PHP 5.2.12 from PHP site since WPI links for PHP and the Windows Cache Extension links are not working. Tried to install the PHP but for some reason I can
not get PHP to install.
I don't know if this is a Win 7 pro problem or is there something really wrong with the link or both. Or could Windows firewall keep PHP from working on a Win 7 pro operating system?
Jan 08, 2010 06:47 PM|LINK
I have yet to get WPI to install much of anything reliably. Really disappointing.