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Old 19th September 2010, 14:47
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Using php-fcgi is realy easy in ispconfig, you just have to select it in the website settings. Go to the website settings, select "php-fcgi" in the php settings and enable the "suexec" checkbox. Then click on save and wait a minute to get the changes applied.

If you get any errors with your php application, then you most likely uploaded the files with a wrong user, e.g. root. You have to chown all files to the website user and client group then. For details see error.log of the website.
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