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Lot's of problems now

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  1. Jump

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    Since my C-Panel upgraded I am having lot's of problems. I got exim reloaded again. BUt I fear it will get hosed again next time CP ugrades. I'm having wierd php erors now. Such has my scripts that grab data from remote sites and write to file no longer do anything. Also I noticed in Mozila that It tries to open file and download file when opening site unless I type index.php in the url. Such as http://www.site.com trys to d/l and open file where http://www.site.com/index.php opens site. I assume this is some sort of apache error. I just don't know enough yet to figure this out. Any ideas would be appreciated. :D

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    Recompile apache.

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    I don't know how to do that. :(

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    Use update apache in WHM or /scripts/easyapache in the shell.

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    Yeah, I tried that earlier. I'll try it again.

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    Nope. didn't change anything. :(

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    Well, maybe I need to just dump cPanel. For the price I'm paying I don't need to deal with this.

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    Did you open a ticket?
    what's your cPanel verison?

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    Jump,

    I don't have any probs with buildapache, exim4, etc.. I am not sure whats up? I recently did easyapache maybe 2 min ago, and it worked just fine.

    Anyway, send a ticket in.. It will be answered...

    Brenden

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    I am having the same problems as him with it, anyone found a fix yet?

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    Upgrade to the latest version 7.1.9-RELEASE_73 or later. Then, re-compile Apache with Option 6.

    CPanel 7 is not that stable yet. I have beent trying to tell you guys since yesterday! Heck, my message was even deleted by some smart-a*s CPanel Forum Moderator. Quick, close your eyes before they flash you!

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    The latest is WHM 7.2.0 cPanel 7.2.0-R39

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    Im on the latest and have recompiled Apache using both option 6 and 1, apache is working except PHP scripts...

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    what options did you choose?

    try
    /scripts/updatenow
    /scripts/killmoddav

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    What does that do?

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    It removes mod_dav if installed.

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    Maybe they had reason, you are raving like a lunatic right now. :D

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    Does this mean I can borrow your wig? :D

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    I understand that. But why? is it outdated? Is there a conflict? Will my scripts start working? :D

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    Well, I did it and it didn't do anything. Do I need to recompile apache again after doing it?

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