Our university server does not allow the use of .PHP extensions (though it DOES run PHP). I have used moodle for some time on my own server, though our department now wants to feed workshops using the web. Considering this limitation of the server, can I still use MOODLE? Is there a way to 'parse' so that the .PHP renames/runs as .CGI?
From the documentation @ the University:
"Perl scripts must have a .cgi or a .pl extension. PHP scripts must have a .cgi extension. Because you will be running PHP scripts in cgi mode, you cannot use a .php extension for PHP files.
For example, you might name your file myfile.cgi. If it is a Perl script, you could also name it myfile.pl . Don't name it myfile.html or the system will assume it is a standard HTML file and the code will not be interpreted. If it is a PHP script, the name myfile.php will not work properly either."
Any advice, suggestions are appreciated.