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Using yum I wanted to install the php-gdlibrary, however there was a dependency issue with php-common preventing me from installing php-gd. So after some digging I found this article on SO. I followed the instructions and removed php-common. I then reinstalled php-common. After that I was able to install php-gd without issue. However, I tried loading up my website and I find that the virtual hosts file is not being parsed and only the default site comes up. Even if I croaked the PHP install I would not think that it would mess up the virtual hosts. Or would it? Thanks.

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Seconded. Though FWIW I'd check the Apache logfile and see what it has to say on the matter. – Sudowned Aug 31 '12 at 1:35
Thought it might do well on SO because it involved PHP. In any case could someone migrate it over? I don't think I have the privs to do so. Thanks. – webworm Aug 31 '12 at 2:05
Are there any relevant messages in your logs ? What does the output of httpd -S say. – Iain Aug 31 '12 at 18:53
Posting your (presumably) apache config would help. – Mark Wagner Aug 31 '12 at 19:20

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