Nick Cooper wrote:
Nick you where right, I had <? and not <?php thanks. I am working on the
path issue. I am not sure why, but it calling that file in the apache
root folder and not home.
2009/3/16 Stuart <stut...@gmail.com <mailto:stut...@gmail.com>>
2009/3/16 Payne <pa...@magidesign.com <mailto:pa...@magidesign.com>>
> I had a page working on my opensuse 11.0 32bit, had to upgrade
> 64bit. I have two strange issues.
> The first my code is being display when I call the page, I
looked at the
> logs and I don't see any errors that explain why this happen. I
looked at my
> php.ini and I don't see anything different or any outstanding.
> In fact I put in place my old php.ini to see if I got the same
issue and I
> didn't. What that one I am getting
> include(): Failed opening 'template/header.inc'
> Is there a way I can do like sh -x on a php page to see what is
Check your include_path setting - my guess is that it doesn't
current directory (.).
> The first my code is being display when I call the page
It sounds like you may have been using short tags.
Check for short_open_tag and turn it On:
short_open_tag = On
Or go through your code and replace <? with <?php
The second option is best.
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