I've installed apache, php, and mysql on Ubuntu 10.10 desktop edition, and it's working fine.
Except I have no clue where to look for apache or PHP log files.
This can be configured in
You can also define a specific error log file for each VirtualHost in Apache. If you have any VirtualHost defined in
That might be useful if you have a lot of vhosts and want to split where they report the errors.
Also, you can watch your error log live by issuing the following command (adapt to your own log file if different from the default):
This is particularly useful when doing live debugging.
Check this settings in PHP.INI: 1. error_reporting = E_ALL | E_STRICT (as recommended for development in php.ini) 2. error_log = /var/log/php_errors.log 3. Then create log file manually
Now you can view PHP errors by this way
This is a solution to this issue for me.