Version.php - Error 500
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I installed a fresh copy of WordPress 3.2.1
When in the Admin section > Settings > General Settings and I save, I get an Error 500.
This server configuration is ok : it has PHP 5.2.10 and MySQL 5.0.
I debugged the code to see where the error was coming from. As weird as it sounds, the error comes from:
Function : _maybe_update_core
Error line: include (ABSPATH . WPINC . '/version.php'); // include an unmodified $wp_version
As a developer, I know what you're thinking: WTF ?! If I print something and exit before this line : no problem. If I try to print something after this line, I get the error 500. I checked the version.php error and it only contains variable.
I did a file_get_contents on the file and I could get the content.
Seriously, I really don't have any clue about what the problem is.
If needed, I can provide private credentials to this account so that tests can be run.
This error makes WordPress unusable. The server has all requirements asked to run WordPress.
I also have other instances (3-4) of WordPress (before 3.2) that runs without any problems on the same server.