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Site down for 5 days!! Need Help pls!

Discussion in 'General Discussion' started by abukoboy, Jun 1, 2012.

  1. abukoboy

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    err err errrr
     
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    How to fix this err?
     
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    What are the permissions on index.php file? If you are using suPHP, the file should be owned by your user and 644 file permissions.
     
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    any any help pls?
     

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    php config.png

    my php configuration file of the new host that im working on
     
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    Did you figure out what happened? If so, please rather than editing the posts, could you let us know what was the issue and how you resolved it? Thanks!
     
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