PHP not turned on within /frontend/ ?

Dotcoms

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I have a small problem running php apps within the /usr/local/cpanel/base/frontend/ directory, specifically php is not turned on it seems, as when installing some other additional themes that use php, they do not work.. i tried simple php scripts within /frontend/ and they confirm that php isn't working.

PHP is executing just fine everywhere else.

How is php enabled within the cpanel theme directory /frontend/?
Never had this problem before, any assist would be appreciated.
 

Dotcoms

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Yeah I'm still stuck with this.... php is working fine as long as you view pages in /frontend/ via port 80 - I put a symlink to a php script that was located within my theme directory and it worked.. only when viewing using cpanel ports, php doesn't work...

Anyone?
 

Dotcoms

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yes, they are in the theme directory... /usr/local/cpanel/base/frontend/theme/fantastico/ - fantastico is the theme that we are trying to get working.. it works fine on other servers.. just not this one and it's definitely php thats turned off somehow when viewing with cpanel.....
 

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They yield

# ls -l /usr/local/cpanel/cpanelphp
-rwxr-xr-x 1 root root 1020 Mar 6 2002 /usr/local/cpanel/cpanelphp*
# ls -l /var/cpanel/usecpphp
-rw-r--r-- 1 root root 0 Nov 22 00:26 /var/cpanel/usecpphp
 

joana

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Oh, hopefully we can get a solution soon.. ticket to Cpanel support has been met with ignorance..
 

Dotcoms

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I actually found that that /tmp had the incorrect permissions.. don't know how that occurred on that server but it did :)
 

joana

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[quote:51fb346b39][i:51fb346b39]Originally posted by Dotcoms[/i:51fb346b39]

I actually found that that /tmp had the incorrect permissions.. don't know how that occurred on that server but it did :)[/quote:51fb346b39]

Had the same exactly.. changing permissions did the trick.
 

joana

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[quote:cb20bbe3c6][i:cb20bbe3c6]Originally posted by moronhead[/i:cb20bbe3c6]

What were the correct permissions?[/quote:cb20bbe3c6]

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How do we access the '/base/3rdparty/yourscript/whatever.php'
from a page on the cpanel theme?

Whenever I include a PHP file from the theme it will report the following error.

Fatal error: Failed opening required 'english.php' (include_path='/usr/local/cpanel/3rdparty/lib/php/') in /tmp/cpanel.dinnex.1056143880.30923 on line 3

Originally posted by Juanra
Inside frontend directory in particular I think nothing works.
Have you tried to store them inside a theme directory, or as /base/3rdparty/yourscript/whatever.php?
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rbmatt

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You will have to use the full path b/c of how the wrapper works.

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Chase

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PHP:
<? include = "/usr/local/cpanel/base/frontend/CPanelXP5/english.php"; ?>
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