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Old 16th June 2007, 20:26
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Default Can't View PHP web pages

First, I'm a complete newbie to both LINUX and ISPConfig learning as I go by books and forums like this one (great, I might add). I am completely self-taught and the extent of my programming experience is writing PHP scripts for my web sites (again learned through books and tutorials).

I have installed the LAMP System With Fedora Core 6 according to your "How to" . I then installed ISPConfig 2.2.13 according to the instructions. After installation, I rebooted, accessed ISPconfig and set up a test reseller account with a client and web site according to the manual's instructions. My problem is that I can't view view pages that contain content generated by PHP scripts. I activated PHP scripts and PHP Safe Mode for the web site when I created it. As a test I created a phpinfo file and all I got was a blank screen.

Can you possibly give me an idea what I'm doing wrong?

Thanks for your patience.
Bob
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