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I have a small little php script that worked on an old 2005 dedicated linux server that worked great.
linux fedora core 2
now my host -(godaddy made me go to a new server)
fedora core 7
This simple little php page just will not work. I am certain it is due to the server is not set up to work on old PHP extensions/versions But I cannot figure out how to change it on the new server.
I have spent weeks reading php.ini file info, php data handling/extension books. And Im still in the dar.
I was hoping some one could help
here is some info to help
OLD Server - data-
----------------Fedorea Core 2 Linux-------from phptest.php results--
PHP Extension 20020429
New Server - data-
---------------Fedorea Core 7 Linux-------from phptest.php results--
PHP Extension 20060613
any ideas, thoughts, or just links to resources would help me tackle this needle in a haystack problem
Hello I have spent years on this forum taking in all the info. I try to contribute but this time I must ask for help.
But you did not spend a few seconds scrolling down the one page before the last one :)
Check that thread [webmasterworld.com]
if it does not help then we will need more details...
I will tackle this 1 thing at a time a php page that worked on a 2 year old,server does not work on a brand new php 5 server?
Im assuming this is an option in php.ini and not aserver module problem
any ideas anyone. My server tells me to f my self and google code is starting to look like alphabet soup
thank you for any help or hints
Try something really simple (the good old <?php echo 'hello world!';?>) just to test if php is actually there.
If you have any rewrites in your htaccess then comment everything out, so that you are working with a blank system. You can add them back in afterwards.
Got a little bit firther. I can now get the page to load. It just will not return the rest of the query in the for of a nested array.
1. As far as the host wish I could - long story - hundreds of sites
2. short and long tags have been tried neither cahnges result
3. the good old <?php echo 'hello world!';?> - indeed gives "hello world result
4. Im guessing their is a syntax problem in php5 with the nested array query result but it works fine on other servers ?
anymore insights would be greatly appreciated
you could check to see if the path is right
you could try turning up error_reporting [php.net] and see if that guves you more info
It is not working on php5 server but worked on an older php 3 server any ideas?