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    Exclamation [php error] parse error | fatal error

    [php error] parse error | fatal error

    Alrighty, before you even ask, yes I did do some research on parse errors and fatal errors on google, however, i dont have too much time so i briskly swept through them..

    http://www.google.com/search?sourcei...&q=parse+error

    The error occurs here
    http://xeohosting.com/helpdesk/
    and
    http://xeohosting.com/helpdesk/admin/

    After a google search, I did look at http://forums.devarticles.com/t5932/s.html and noticed that someone else had the same error.

    However, I did what they suggested there and I still got the error.

    I need this to be fixed.

    btw, this error occurred after I updated apache with mcrypt and recompiled apache

    Thanks,
    David


    ALso, the error appears on http://forum.xeohosting.com

    For some reason, i have a feeling that it may have come from mcrypt install. Know how I can kill mcrypt?

    Also, I have lots of clients that have php coding that gets the same error as well.

    Thanks,
    later

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    Does the problem still exist? I went to each of the three links you provided for pages that exhibit these parse errors, and I didn't see a single error on them.

    Additionally, if you want to get useful responses, you better

    a) Describe what error you get. They usually have a message attached, like "expected '('" or something similar.
    b) Show the buggy PHP code, so we can propose fixes for it.

    We can't mindread...
    De gustibus non est disputandum.

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    yup. all fixed

    thanks, for the trys guys


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