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Solved: 5 Years, 5 Months, 3 Weeks ago How do i find my php info
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Solved: 5 Years, 5 Months, 3 Weeks ago Smile 
How do i find this i need it
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#2
Solved: 5 Years, 5 Months, 3 Weeks ago
You can get this in your Tools & Maintenance tab in the ACP
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#3
Solved: 5 Years, 5 Months, 3 Weeks ago
If you just need to know your version you can find it on the ACP when you first log in on the main screen. It also tells you which version of MySQL you have.
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#4
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Cant itt says. http://v10.imgup.net/Screenshotd074.png
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(2015-10-19, 12:12 AM)mrmod Wrote: Cant itt says. http://v10.imgup.net/Screenshotd074.png

chmod -R 644 admin 

Or, if using shared hosting, change the CHMOD within CPanel File Manager to 644 - see if that helps.
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#6
Solved: 5 Years, 5 Months, 3 Weeks ago
No just block admin panel made 644
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(2015-10-19, 12:21 AM)mrmod Wrote: No just block admin panel made 644

Ok, what are you hosting on? CPanel is different to - say - a standard server.
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#8
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X10hosting.com

Can get to work
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#9
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Open a support ticket with your host. With any amount of luck, they'll be able to fix it.
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#10
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They most likely won't fix it because it's a free hosting which has that functionality disabled.
http://stackoverflow.com/questions/11377...es#tab-top
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