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  1. Plesk Module?

    Great! Thanks for the info guys!
  2. Plesk Module?

    I run Plesk Onyx for my hosting business. I was wondering if the current Plesk module on Blesta 4.0.1 supports Onyx as it only shows support up to version 11.5? I'm really wanting to use Blesta as I find it to be the best billing platform out there. However, this is the only thing that is currently holding me back from doing so unfortunately. So, if someone can provide me some information on if this module still functions correctly with Onyx or if there is a fix or downloadable module to get it to do so that would be awesome. Thanks in advance, Nolan
  3. Cron error. Unexpected '[' in config/services.php

    That fixed it! Thank you so much!
  4. Cron error. Unexpected '[' in config/services.php

    Okay, I'm running 5.6.31 on my sites right now. Is there a command I can use in the CLI that would show the paths to my PHP versions?
  5. Cron error. Unexpected '[' in config/services.php

    I am not finding anything very helpful on changing my PHP version. This is getting frustrating. @Paul what would be the correct command to use to point the cron to run a different php version? Can you give me an example so I have something to work with?
  6. Cron error. Unexpected '[' in config/services.php

    Yes, I actually have 5.3 disabled in multi-php. But I have 5.6.31 and 7.0 and 7.1 enabled. Not sure how to get the cron to run a different PHP version though. Nor, do I know how to find the path. I'm brand new to Plesk and just started running it about a week ago. Guess I'll do some Googling on this.
  7. Cron error. Unexpected '[' in config/services.php

    I have a general idea on how to do it. But, I really don't want to break anything. Can you help point me in the right direction of properly upgrading the php version? Thats the method I'm thinking of. Not sure how safe it is though. I'm running CentOS 6.
  8. Cron error. Unexpected '[' in config/services.php

    Just ran php -i and it's showing version 5.3.3. How do I update this?
  9. Cron error. Unexpected '[' in config/services.php

    5.6.31 I've also tried running the scheduled task in plesk with the fetch url setting point to 'http://aphiso.io/abase/cron/?cron_key=J9BrFo4r' This is saying it's successful. However, when I go to the automation in my admin panel it doesn't seem that the cron has actually run. How would I check my CLI PHP version?
  10. I'm having a problem when trying to run the cron. I'm using Plesk Onyx. Here is the command I'm running: Here is the full error it's kicking back when trying to run the cron: And here is the content of the config/service.php file: <?php return [ 'Blesta\\Core\\ServiceProviders\\MinphpBridge', 'Blesta\\Core\\ServiceProviders\\Pricing' ]; No idea what the problem is here. If someone can point me in the right direction I'd really really appreciate it. When I run the cron manually through the Blesta interface it seems to be running perfectly fine.
  11. Coupon setup?

    So then I would need to create separate coupons for each plan correct? Because the 'Amount' setting just specifies how much to subtract from an orders total. If I wanted it to charge the user $2 for the first month regardless of what plan they selected, is it possible to do with a single coupon code? Or would I just have to make different coupons for each plan?
  12. .htaccess problem?

    Perfect! Thank you!
  13. .htaccess problem?

    I'm having some redirection issues. I'm using the default .htaccess file that comes with Blesta. When I'm logged in as admin, the 'Home' button that links to (http://portal.aphiso.com/index.php/admin/) keeps kicking me back to the client section (http://portal.aphiso.com/). Anyone have an idea what could be causing this? Below is a copy of my htaccess just for reference. ######################################################## # package: minPHP # filename: .htaccess ######################################################## <Files ~ "\.(pdt)$"> order deny,allow deny from all </Files> # Protect against Clickjacking #Header append X-Frame-Options "SAMEORIGIN" RewriteEngine on # Force HTTPS #RewriteCond %{HTTPS} !=on #RewriteRule ^ https://%{HTTP_HOST}%{REQUEST_URI} [R=307,NE,L] RewriteCond %{REQUEST_FILENAME} !-d RewriteCond %{REQUEST_FILENAME} !-f RewriteRule ^(.*)$ index.php RewriteCond %{REQUEST_URI} ^(.*)/install.php$ RewriteRule install.php %1/install/ [R=301,L]
  14. Coupon setup?

    Hello, I was just wondering if it is possible to configure the coupons to charge a flat price? Say for instance I was running a shared hosting promo and wanted to charge $2 for the first month no matter what shared package is selected. Is it possible to configure it this way?
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