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PHP.index file displays in Browser - B_DubHay - 10-23-2017

I tried installing opendocman on a DigitalOcean Droplet using Ubuntu 16.04. I used the installation guide found on the opendocman wiki and reading the README file that was in the .zip folder of installation files. I changed the owner of my opendocman directory to www-data:www-data. When i navigate to the php.index file is displayed in my browser instead of going into installation mode. What am I doing wrong. Any help or suggestions would be greatly appreciated. If this has already been covered in earlier forum posts please direct me to them. Thanks.


RE: PHP.index file displays in Browser - adminla - 11-25-2017

This happens when PHP is improperly installed on the web server. Either the .php extension is not added, or mod PHP is missing altogether.