I recently updated Ubuntu and updated most of the apps. Somewhere along the way php got updated and is no longer being rendered, it shows up as a text file. Php works from the command line, and returns appropriate version information (7.0.15). Apache shows php7_module in the module list and is otherwise working fine. Restarting Apache didn’t help.
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php7 used a new config file which didn’t have the mod_userdir lines commented out to allow user directories access.
Try to run:
sudo apt-get install libapache2-mod-phpthen
sudo a2dismod mpm_eventfinally:
sudo a2enmod mpm_preforkand check your webapp. Hopefully, it should have resolved.
If not, Then:
sudo apt-get install php-fpmFinally:
In 90% chances, it should resolve.