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Post by Dukat »

This is a PHP problem.
For security reasons your provider has set the "open_basedir" for your web directory. Use an empty php script with only
in it to see what it is set to (search for open_basedir).

open_basedir means your scripts can not access any files below that path.
If any anope files you try to access are below, you'll get that error.

Move anope to a dir that is accessible to the php scripts (but not a directory that is accessible through the web, i.e. is served by the webserver!) or change the open_basedir configuration value and add the path to the required anope files.