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I've set up a centOS server with apache, php and mysql installed. I've uploaded my db and php pages, but whenever I view the php files from a browser I get the phpinfo() page displaying, followed by the php page below. Any suggestions??

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Check your php.ini for auto_prepend_file configuration option .. or the same via .htaccess/Apache config file if it is allowing to setting up php config variable in such way. – LazyOne Aug 26 '11 at 22:13
The auto_prepend_file config is blank – Ben C Aug 26 '11 at 22:15

You can run grep -lr phpinfo /var/www/ to find the file. I think it is in one include file that is included()/required() in all pages.

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After running that command is displays: /var/www/html/myphpfile.php /var/www/html/myphpfile.php~ Any idea why one of my files is being shown as phpinfo? – Ben C Aug 26 '11 at 22:17
@Ben: No, but if you grep again through /var/www and your Apache config for that filename I'll bet you'll find an indication. – womble Aug 26 '11 at 22:29

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