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  1. Since I installed apache2, php, and phpmyadmin on my linux machine when I click on a .php file it downloads instead of opening in a web browser. It didn't do this prior to the install, so I suspect it's a config error. Can someone help me on this? Thanks in advance, Larry
  2. First thing: I formatted my drive today and fresh installs of Apache2, PHP5 and MariaDB on Linux Mint 17.1. No files have been messed with. Not one. I created info.php and placed it in var/www dir. The file consists of one line: <?php phpinfo(); ?> When I run it our of my web editor (Bluefish), instead of showing me on my web browser the PHP info page that's suppose to show, I get: <?php phpinfo(); ?> I've been fighting this for two days! Done everything suggested by many others online...and that's why I had to scrub my drive; forgot all the files I augmented. Does anyone know why my PHP files behave this way? I'd love to start working with PHP, but I can't until whatever's broken is fixed. Any ideas? Any suggestions? I'm at my wit's end with this. Landslyde
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