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PHP through Apache does not work after upgrade

Discussion in 'Plesk for Linux - 8.x and Older' started by Rexxars, Nov 29, 2007.

  1. Rexxars

    Rexxars Guest

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    Hi!

    Encountered a bug in PHP on the server, so I decided to try and upgrade Plesk hoping it would upgrade PHP. Well, something went wrong.

    Firstly Apache wouldn't start but I fixed that by remove 'php_admin_value' as mentioned in the log from a config file. But now, Apache won't read interpret PHP files- it just outputs them to the web browser!

    Here's the parts from the log that I could tell went wrong:

    Also, when I try to upgrade Plesk through the control panel, it now says
    But source.list looks like this:

    Any ideas? I'm totally lost and don't know where to turn.
     
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