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Old 29th November 2005, 20:16
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Default Re: Weird Thing with PHP

Hey guys,

How are ya'll today? I have a weird problem going on, I got the ISPConfig installed fine on a P4 2 ghz with 384 mb of memory 120 gb hd nic is 10/100 and a few other cool things. The box has Fedora Core 4 updated to latest and greatest of everything.

I installed the phpmyadmin and the Webmail package, But I put my content manager PHPwcms in the main directory /var/www/html, so far so good but when I pull up my site http://ispconfig.homelinux.org <- Please take a look. I get all the php code instead of the graphical website take a look anyone got any ideas on this.

I am little miffed since the ISPConfig and phpmyadmin and Webmail seem to be fine and working as expected. I uled my site via WinScp directly to the /var/www/html and made sure all the correct permissions were on all directories involved, but php does not seem to be working for my main site.

Thanks in advance,

Last edited by bccisp01; 29th November 2005 at 20:20.
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