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I installed PHP5 on my debian lenny system as cgi. Now I found that flush() in php is only working for php installed as module.
Anyone know how to (re)install php5 as module? (apache2)
Just copy and paste the following.
aptitude -y remove php5-cgi
aptitude -y install libapache2-mod-php5
and it should be done. You will be asked for a password.
Required, but never shown
8 years ago