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""; has a link on the 
"dvd." page and it goes to an information page that looks like
information for the CMS server system. 

Great - ok - well, I can go admin section now then and see what I can

Let you know when It;s fixed

Well, I reset what I thought would fix this - but no luck.

This is really acting odd.

for instance if you try this URL

or any URL that points to an actual page on this site it execute the
function phpino() - not what anyone wants.

but if you send it to a page that actually doesn't exist

it ends up displaying a copy of the info page that was being transfered
from the static site...  in other words it appears to be fairly well

Alright - thinking I can do two things:

1- I could try deleting _everything_ and start over. But if there is
something internal, for example in the database entries used by SS, for
this sub-domain, that may do nothing either

2 - have Cloph do the same but at the site admin level

So - I'm including the projects list on this email, and CC Flroian and
Christian, to ask for help and we will go from there.

Of course Christian may want to take time to see if he can unwind this,
but I'm just thinking that since there wasn't much there anyway it may
in the long run be faster just to 'do-over' from a clean state.

Will let you know,


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