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PHP is not working after upgrade from 13.10 to 14.04? [CLOSED]

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When going to the web site all see is Index of / and the page like you would see when doing a directory list, but it is blank (no files listed - just the apache version, etc.). I have looked in the logs and have checked the apache conf files and it looks the php module is set to load, but the index.php is not loading.

Any suggestions?

closed with the note: No more action required, as problem now seems to be solved.
posted May 28, 2014 by Jagan Mishra

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I found the issue.  The default directory for web pages is /var/www/html.  I changed it to what it needs to be.

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