Your PHP engine isn't working. That is why you get this output. Did you follow the arch wiki exactly?You are probably missing one of the lines in the PHP part of the wiki.
on 04/27/2012 – Made popular on 04/27/2012
I would like to present my most recent work: arch-wiki-docs-clean . The
package provides pages from the Arch Wiki, optimized for offline browsing,
meaning they contain only the content, all MediaWiki navigation components are
While I was at it, I have also fixed another bugs found in the existing
arch-wiki-docs  package: internal links with fragments (i.e.
Mmm very true, I just copied this one from the wiki, to have color output, but I think it wont be possible anymore:https://wiki.archlinux.org/index.php/Co … _all_usersI'll try to understand what is wrong with the one provided in the wiki, because I really prefer having some color.I have restored defaul arch setting ('~/.bashrc' and '/etc/bash.bashrc') and mc is working, th
karol wrote:Where did you find the instructions to run 'nano /etc/rc.conf'?Follow the Arch wiki and not any external sources, YT tutorials etc. Arch now uses systemd and not initscripts and there's not rc.conf anymore.https://wiki.archlinux.org/index.php/Rc.confhttps://www.archlinux.org/news/final-sy … n-warning/Arghh.
I am new to nginx. I have always used apache. So maybe I don't know enough about nginx to make this work. I am no newbie to arch though.I have tried EVERYTHING. Also I have thoroughly searched the forum and google and no, none of the solutions worked. I have a VPS with DigitalOcean (great provider, btw) and I have mariadb, nginx, and php-fpm running perfectly. Everything works.
Hello arch users.This might be a wall with text...Today i instaled arch for the first time, and on an SD card sitting inside a 1101ha.The excelent ARCH wiki guided me with perfection towards my goals up to one problem where i had to zero bytethe SD card using dd because somehow 'overlapping' partition tables kept bugging me out and cfdisk did not solve it forone second.
For the past few weeks, every now and then I would want to look something up on the Arch wiki, and I couldn't. It would either tell me that it couldn't reach the server, or it would sit and load forever and finally give up. The Arch wiki is the only site affected, the rest of the Internet works like normal, so I don't think it is a problem on my end.