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Old 5th January 2012, 17:55
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Nope, it was a brand new blank OS install. All I've done is follow the Perfect Server guide. Haven't touched anything else on the server except to add an iptables rule to allow access on 8080.

As I said, it was working fine and then just suddenly stopped with no changes which is why I'm so baffled.

It's this error that's the most confusing (when I try and start ISPConfig): PHP Fatal error: Call to a member function connect() on a non-object in /usr/local/ispconfig/server/server.php on line 43

It appears that line 43 is referencing a function provided by the included files, which are obviously loading fine, since they aren't erroring on the require_once function.

Is there anything I can do to provide more diagnostics or should I just try a complete reinstall of ISPConfig?

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