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Prosper 202 Install not working and getting a parse error

I’m a newbie and I keep getting this error when I am trying to install the program.

", “?”, “@”, “[”, “\”, “]”, “^”, “_”, “`”, “{”, “|”, “}”, “~”, “Д, “Ñ”, “Á”, “¢”, “£”, “?”, “´”, “?”, “¤”, “¬”, “©”, “»”, “Ç”, “”, “?”, “¨”, “ø”, “¡”, “±”, “?”, “?”, “«”, “µ”, “¦”, “á”, “ü”, “?”, “¼”, “È”, “?”, “?”, “?”, “À”, “Ë”, “ç”, “å”, “Ì”, “€”, “”, “®”, “‚”, “é”, “ƒ”, “æ”, “è”, “í”, “ê”, “ë”, “ì”, “?”, “„”, “ñ”, “î”, “ï”, “Í”, “…”, “?”, “¯”, “ô”, “ò”, “ó”, “†”, “?”, “?”, “§”, “ˆ”, “‡”, “‰”, “‹”, “Š”, “Œ”, “¾”, “”, “”, “Ž”, “”, “‘”, ““”, “’”, “””, “•”, “?”, “–”, “˜”, “—”, “™”, “›”, “š”, “Ö”, “¿”, “”, “œ”, “ž”, “Ÿ”, “?”, “?”, “Ø” ); $newString .= “”; for( $incString = 0; $incString < strlen( $string ); $incString++ ) { if( in_array( strtolower( $string[$incString] ), $allowedCharacters ) ) { $newString .= $string[$incString]; } } return $newString; } //this is like SUBSTR, but will cacluate for WHOLE CHARACTERS only, IE: it won’t cut a word in half function cutText($string, $length) { while ($string{$length} != " ") { $length–; } return substr($string, 0, $length); } Parse error: syntax error, unexpected end of file in /var/www/html/202-config/functions-tracking202.php on line 4299

I have no idea what this is…but line 4299 is:

?>

Any help would be appreciated…

Matt


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Edit php.ini and set short_open_tag to On.

If you’re using Apache, php.ini can be found in /etc/php5/apache2/. Make sure you restart Apache after editing the file:

sudo service apache2 restart

If you’re using Nginx, php.ini can be found in /etc/php5/fpm/. You will need to restart php5-fpm after editing it:

sudo service php5-fpm restart

Let me know if that works.