That fact your homepage works shows your running PHP.
I’m not sure of anything else though.
“I tried this on different Hosting Servers where the pages are hosted”
All pages, recording and admin, must be in the same domain on the same server!
Custom htaccess files could play a part in confusing the stacks php.
Do you have a custom htaccess file?
Also be aware that every recording stack has it’s own php file in the files directory belonging to the page, so you’d need to check permissions on all the php files and parent directories. Pay particular attention to the parent directories:
" Directories must have execute permissions to be usable. Usually this is
Every php file belonging to a failing stack should have a php error log automatically generated in the same directory as the php file shedding light on the issue. If it hasn’t it’s another sign of a permissions issue on that directory.
Note to everyone else…
Unless your hosting your own server or running a naff cheap / free package you don’t every have to know about or worry about any of this permission, or htaccess stuff. Decent web hosts just take care of all this without any input from you.