Originally Posted by midcarolina
No offense @mentes (thanks for the help), but that was my first thought too - this is // commented out, usually just a notation to the programmer of possible functions for the next commands?
The string // instructs the php interpreter ti ignore everything in this line after the //. So whats behind // does not matter for the program code at all.
By the way, you can be sure that you dont have to search anything in the code for errors if you havent changed the code yourself as ispconfig is working fine on ten thouasands of servers with about 15 thousand new installs per month.
I used "HowToForge" install instructions for Fedora 14 x84_64 bit with ISPConfig 3
The php version is 5.3.6 according to php -v
You missed to post the output of the which command that I asked for and you did not post the version number of ispconfig that is installed on your server.