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Apache Problem :(

Discussion in 'EasyApache' started by Baris, Nov 29, 2006.

  1. Baris

    Baris Member

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    Hi all,

    I have a server with Cpanel.I am using AWBS and some of my customers are using VBulletin or MyBB forum scripts.

    Last night i tried to update apache.Then when i tried to open my AWBS site i saw a blank page.Then they said that i must have curl installed.Then i rebuilt apache by selecting curl but now i still cannot access my awbs page and also some of the forums doesnt work.When i visit the AWBS page i see a blank white page and when i try to visit the forums,if i try via internet explorer,it starts to download something or if i try via firefox it shows a page like this.

    Where is the problem?

    Apache is working fine now.But i have problems with the forums and AWBS.:(
     
  2. AndyReed

    AndyReed Well-Known Member
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    Did you check the log files for a clue: /var/logs/messages and /usr/local/apache/logs/error_log and access_log
    Sounds a Php module wasn't compiled properly or corrupted.
     
  3. jeroman8

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    Can you view any other php pages fine on the server ?

    My guess is either apache comment out php4 module in httpd.conf, happened to me once or twice or you need to reinstall Zend opt.

    Did you have zend ipt installed before ?
    I think AW... needs it and also V-bull.

    Try to run i shell/SSH as root: /scripts/installzendopt

    Then test your stuff again.

    If not working open you httpd.conf and see if it's a # before any line with "php" on it.
    Remove # if there is and try again.

    Think it said something about "load module php4.xxxxx" or something!
     
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