Originally Posted by zm1128
Thanks Falko, I am not sure how to run it in PHP5.
my suggestion would be to have a lamp / wamp whatsoever test system e.g. in a VM at home to test several things.
Thus you just need to ensure having a webserver with php5 and that gives you access to the logs.
With regards to the logs, do you have access to the webserver logs or can the godaddy support send them to you so we can have a look here?
You could also add the following lines to the begginning of your script (directly after <?) to force the display of all errors. But this won't help if you script is causing a fatal error as it does not come to execution.