Modifying PHP error

Discussion in 'Installation/Configuration' started by akhalid, Jan 10, 2006.

  1. akhalid

    akhalid New Member

    I tried to install sugar crm and it was not supported with the newest version of php installed on the system. In order to solve the problem I removed php and then reinstalled php based off a previous version. After restarting php will no longer load. Meaning if I go to a php based website I recieve a blank page and the html source is not complete. Please advise how to properly correct this issue.

    Using latest version of ISPConfig.
  2. falko

    falko Super Moderator ISPConfig Developer

    Which distribution do you use?
    Which PHP version was installed, and with which PHP version did you replace it?
    What were the exact steps you did in order to replace PHP?
  3. akhalid

    akhalid New Member

    I installed fedora core 4 using the fedora core 4 perfect setup. The original php version was 5.05 and the one that reaplaced it was 5.04.

    My cousin installed php 5.0.4 by source. 5.04 version was installed while 5.05 version was already present.

    My cousin removed 5.04 using the rm command on the php directory

    We then used apt-get to finish the uninstallation of 5.05.

    To install 5.04 we then used yum.

    Thanks for the help,
  4. falko

    falko Super Moderator ISPConfig Developer

    Is there anything in the Apache error log when you try to access a PHP file? Or any message when you try to restart Apache?
  5. akhalid

    akhalid New Member

    in the Apache Log the error reads:" an unkown filter was not added: PHP"

    When I restarted httpd I recieved no error messages.


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