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New Accounts can not read index.php/ index.html or phpinfo.php by default.

Discussion in 'General Discussion' started by Emiliano, Feb 20, 2012.

  1. Emiliano

    Emiliano Active Member

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    Hello,

    I kept trying to create a new account , I upload an index.php/html or even a phpinfo.php file and nothing works in any browser when accessing it via IP.

    Like here: Index of /~deergear

    I will also put 1 index.html that logically it should have been readable by default. It won't load when someone will navigate to Index of /~deergear

    I appreciate your help and I will wait on your recommendations.

    Thank you
     
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    Re: New Accounts can not read index.php/ index.html or phpinfo.php by defau

    Can you please upload a index page with some test text?
     
  3. Emiliano

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    Re: New Accounts can not read index.php/ index.html or phpinfo.php by defau

    Hello,

    I am sorry ... I just forgot to upload these files..
    It has been a very frustrated day.
    I just uploaded them.

    Thank you
     
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    Re: New Accounts can not read index.php/ index.html or phpinfo.php by defau

    Hello,
    I figured out the solution.
    I had changed the php handler - now i reset it back to CGI and it is working perfectly.
    Thank you so much for your help.
    SOLVED
     
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