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CPanel and FP extensions

Discussion in 'General Discussion' started by mjwood, Jan 26, 2004.

  1. mjwood

    mjwood Member

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    Please Help!

    Ever since my webhosting provider upgraded to FP v.5.0.2.2623 my sites are NOT working properly.

    I have

    1. uninstalled/re-installed FP extensions numerous times - NO LUCK

    2. tried to FTP the sites - still do not work properly - broken image icons and not all pages are working

    What can I do??
     
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    haze Well-Known Member

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    Contact your host for assistance. They should be able to fix this up for you, no problem.
     
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    I did - two weeks ago and they have not been able to correct the problem. They contacted CPanel (so they say) and the CPanel people accessed my site and "fixed" the problem... but alas it isn't.

    Tnx for the help
    jeff
     
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    Tnx agn for the info

    My CPanel reports

    Operating system Linux
    Kernel version: 2.4.22
    Apache version 1.3.29 (Unix)
    PERL version 5.8.1
    PHP version 4.3.4
    MySQL version 4.0.15-standard


    Is this Redhat??
     
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    Its really hard to say from what you've posted, but i'd venture a guess as to yes. And if they are running that version of perl, i'd say its redhat 9. You should probably tell your host he needs to upgrade his kernel before its too late, if its not already!
     
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