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Old 02-20-2012, 10:06 AM
T-Junk T-Junk is offline
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Good work man!! Glad you got that sorted out. You should remove that checking.php file (or rename it).

As for upgrading PHP, I'm not as familiar with Centos as other linux distros, and never used a control panel, but it shouldn't be anything a yum install can't fix.

Try this link here.

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