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Thank you! That's the problem -- this server is running PHP 5.1.6.
Before I pursue an upgrade, will upgrading to 5.2 (or higher?) break anything in either the current OJS or OCS? I run OJS, OCS, and OMP in the same virtual machine.
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As long as you're running a recent release of each, they should all be OK.
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