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Apeiron #1
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Subject: Strange result with install.php
Hi.

About one year ago, a friend of mine heberged my DokuWiki in his own servor. I saved it via an extension called "backup". This servor has closed, so I have only my save left.

I contacted a hebergement provider called OVH, and now I try to install a basic DokuWiki, in order to install the backup extension and load my save.

As indicated on the site, I downloaded the archive dokuwiki, unzipped it then upload it by using filezilla. Here is the root file, and the dokuwiki file :
https://ibb.co/bLDqAn
https://ibb.co/n1Q3Vn

Then I tried to open the install.php by using my web browser and I obtained a strange result :
https://ibb.co/htYqAn

Have you an idea ?
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andi (Administrator) #2
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php is not enabled
Read this if you don't get any useful answers.
Lies dies wenn du keine hilfreichen Antworten bekommst.
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Apeiron #3
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I gave the authorizations.

https://ibb.co/mD15RS

Is that what you mean ?
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turnermm (Moderator) #4
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Your first examples refer to the file system and its permissions.  This is different from PHP, which is the scripting language on which Dokuwiki runs.  The "strange" result that you see is the raw data from which PHP creates the HTML that you normally see displayed in the browser.  You will have to contact the administrator of your hosting service and ask to have PHP enabled for your site.
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Apeiron #5
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For the moment I have no response about that, but it seems to me that PHP is active on the site:
https://ibb.co/j9TkWS

This page appeared too:
https://ibb.co/kmVzrS

But I did not set the superuser, so it may be a problem ^^'
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Apeiron #6
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I was opening install.php with ftp and not http...

Solved.
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