Hello there! I'm using a PHP Twitter OAuth library (twitter.abrah.am),
and it works perfect on Windows: the php script looks asks twitter for
an auth token. However, as soon as I put the same script on CentOS
(with its default httpd service), it won't give any auth tokens at

The script uses cURL to get the token from twitter. I've used cURL
(curl www.google.com) and it works fine in console.

What could be going wrong here? Is there something I should add of
change first in order to receive the tokens? By the way, I got the
CentOS default FW set allowing traffic on port 80 and SSH only.

I would like to ask for a hint about what should I do, I'm kinda
newbie on CentOS.

thank you in advance

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