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  • Hi, I’m having an unusual problem with Kubrick. I’m running WordPress 1.2.2 and Kubrick 1.2.6. I’m using Apache and this was a virgin WordPress installation before I uploaded Kubrick. That is, I was NOT upgrading from an older version of Kubrick

    The problem is that I receive an error, “parse error, unexpected $ in /home/jez/public_html/***/wordpress/index.php on line 372”. What’s strange is that line 372 doesn’t exist. There are 371 lines in the file. The error always occurs on the line after the last line of the file. As you probably know there is no $ near the end of the file, so I’m pretty confused by this error. Does anybody know what the problem is?


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  • try to download and reupload. make sure there are no spaces or carriage returns at the end of the files.

    Sorry, I should have mentioned, I’ve redownloaded and reuploaded it all several times just to be extra-certain. there do not appear to be any spaces or carriage returns at the ends of the files (and even if there was I don’t see why this would cause the error).

    Thanks for the reply though.

    Moderator James Huff


    Deactive all of your plugins. Does the error still exist?

    As I say, it’s an otherwise brand-new installation. So there are no plugins activated.

    Oh and I’ve also tried completely deleting/re-downloading/re-uploading WordPress itself. I continue to receive the same old error. Do you think I’m wrong to suspect this is either Apache or PHP’s fault? Thing is, everything else is working fine, including other WordPress blogs. When I re-upload WordPress it works fine until I copy the Kubrick files in then it breaks.

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