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Old 28th July 2012, 15:02
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Default UNable to see IspCOnfig3 login or phpmyadmin login after apache2 update

the apache2.2.22 upgrade installed suPHP which caused all aegir sites to not display, and caused the login pages for ispCOnfig3, squirrelmail, etc not to display. The fix was to remove suPHP.

Now, however I am seeing, in the ISPConfig3 admin interface, a very different "look", such as:

monitor_title_iptables_txt (monitor_settings_server_txt : server1.domain.com)

monitor_settings_datafromdate_txt072012745312012Sa t

at the top of the page when I check IP Tables log. Is this because I am now using ob_gzhandler instead of zlib compression? (I had to edit the php.ini files to resolve this conflict/error after doing the latest squeeze / wheezy update (sid)?

Last edited by eddie-prefere; 28th July 2012 at 19:59. Reason: fixed
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