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Old 29th August 2008, 13:14
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What happens when you remove the whole <Files *.php>... stuf from your vhosts and restart Apache? Does PHP work then?
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Old 2nd September 2008, 13:52
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What happens when you remove the whole <Files *.php>... stuf from your vhosts and restart Apache? Does PHP work then?
No.

And I just added a new site, and it worked without requiring the modified line. But two of my sites that didn't work got reverted (the line got deleted), so it stopped working again. The other 3 or 4 sites work fine without the line added.

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