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Hi,

I manage to install Barracuda2 PHP script on my server and i thought everything is OK. but when i started to navigate my Admin cpanel, i keep on getting this error.

Fatal error: Call to undefined function: htmlspecialchars_decode() in /home/graffyx/public_html/directory/components/_ads_google_edit_.php on line 69


My server has this info.

Operating system        Linux
Kernel version       2.6.17.11-grsechg
Machine Type       i686
Apache version       1.3.37 (Unix)
PERL version       5.8.7
Path to PERL       /usr/bin/perl
Path to sendmail       /usr/sbin/sendmail
Installed Perl Modules       Click to View
PHP version       4.4.4
MySQL version       4.1.22-standard
cPanel Build       11.11.0-STABLE 18033
Theme       cPanel X v2.6.0


any idea how to solve this?

thanks

by the way, i can't find support from the developers because i keep having this error on their support site

Warning: DOMDocument::loadXML() [function.DOMDocument-loadXML]: xmlParseEntityRef: no name in Entity, line: 93 in /home/zzz/public_html/system/classes/BxXslTransform.php5 on line 62

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