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Discussion in 'General Discussion' started by tank, May 3, 2011.

  1. tank

    tank Well-Known Member

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    So i configured my server and found a few errors. I installed curl on the php modules and i installed hash 1.5 for the tclink so that i can process credit cards. I received the following errors.

    /usr/bin/php: FAILED
    /usr/bin/php5-cgi: FAILED
    /usr/bin/php-cgi: FAILED
    /usr/bin/php-config: FAILED
    /usr/sbin/httpd: FAILED

    What should i do.
    This TC link through trust commerce has been a royal pain in the butt. Any thoughts. I am going to rebuild my old config in easy apache. Why would installing those two things give my this much headache. In fact it even moved my ssl extension somehow too.

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    So with that last list of messages.
    The following list of files have FAILED the md5sum comparison test. This means that the file has been changed in some way. This could be a result of an OS update or application upgrade. If the change is unexpected it should be investigated:

    What does that mean?
     
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    Infopro cPanel Sr. Product Evangelist
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    Sounds like you've got CSF installed and since the last restart of CSF, files have changed. Its alerting you to those files in case you didn't change them. Updating cPanel would change files for example, so you would get that email after a cPanel update.
     
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    Yea i kind of freaked out in the morning. So it was accurate. I changed my apache build. Questions should i check the box for cpphp on apache build.
     
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    Do you mean this option?

     
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