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    goetzi is offline Project Contributor
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    Default Run own PHP scripts on the server

    I don't know if this question has to do with Zimbra, but I ask it anyway:

    How can i get my own PHP scripts running on the server? I want to use this on my Zimbra server but i am new to linux and don't know where to put this.

    Can anyone help me?

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    You'd need to install your own apache with PHP.

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    But I thougt there is a webserver running for the GUI?

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    nope, zimbra uses JSP [Java Server Pages] for the GUI via the Apache-Tomcat/Jakarta web server. You will have to, as KevinH suggested, install apache.
    Last edited by joshuamorgan; 11-25-2005 at 09:58 PM.

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    Our spell check module uses PHP and Apache. If you install the spell server, Apache and PHP get installed automatically.

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    And where do I have to put my PHP files?

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    The document root, as configured in /opt/zimbra/conf/httpd.conf, is in /opt/zimbra/httpd-2.0.54/htdocs

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    Sorry, if this question is very dumb:

    I put the PHP files to /opt/zimbra/httpd-2.0.54/htdocs/pshaw but if I go to https://my.server.foo/pshaw there is

    Code:
    TTP Status 404 - /pshaw
    
    type Status report
    
    message /pshaw
    
    description The requested resource (/pshaw) is not available.
    Apache Tomcat/5.5.7

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    The apache server isn't listening on port 443, it's listening on port 7780 - and it's not an https server, just http.

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    Is it safe to install another instance of Apache (in the default location for Fedora Core 3 using the add/remove app) that listens on port 80 if all I'm running Zimbra on right now is https (and the above port 7780 for spellchecking)?

    I would also like to run some PHP-based apps on my Zimbra server and just wanted to check here before I tried it and hosed my mail server.

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