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Missing Path Variable

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i have a missing path variable in

start > system > advanced > environment >system variables.

i had to make changes to it when i installed php. the changes were
made fine since i verified my work.

i recently reinstalled a newer version of php and went through the
process of updating the path variable just to reinforce the process (it
was already set so i shouldn't have to do this).

to my surprise, the path variable wasn't visible.
php works fine, though.

does anyone have any ideas? tia...

Jul 17 '05 #1
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skeeterbug wrote:
i have a missing path variable in

start > system > advanced > environment >system variables.
So, on Windows?
i had to make changes to it when i installed php. the changes were
made fine since i verified my work.

i recently reinstalled a newer version of php and went through the
process of updating the path variable just to reinforce the process (it was already set so i shouldn't have to do this).

to my surprise, the path variable wasn't visible.
php works fine, though.


You mean commandline PHP? I hope, you didn't mean it. You might have
tested via browser like http://localhost/foo.php It should work as you
might have configured your Apache with proper PHP's (exe or dll) path
(depending upon cgi or mod_php)

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Jul 17 '05 #2

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