turn off "PHP Scripts" problem after updated php
Hi, after I had updated the php version on my debian 3.1 server (from 5.0.5 to 5.1.2), apache ignores my settings for php in the "ISP Manager"-Tool.
When I turn off "PHP Scripts", the scripts are still executed, only the "PHP Safe Mode"-setting works correctly. I tried to reinstall ISPConfig with "./setup", but the problem still occurs. :( PHP is now globally activated for all websites on my server. Is there a way to get back the control over my apache php settings by ISPConfig, e.g. delete apache config before reinstall ISPConfig, ...? :confused:
You must disable PHP in your Apache configuration, as outlined in the "Perfect Setup" guides on HowtoForge.
Thank you very much. :D
I forgot to look into the file /etc/apache2/mods-enabled/php5.1.conf
Shame on me. :p
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