concrete cannot parse Path_Info or Orig_Path_Info

Hello, I cannot install Concrete5. My client has godaddy as a host !&@%@!#. I constantly have issues working with godaddy as a host.
Anyways, This is what the techs sent me:

Our Linux hosting accounts run in CGI mode. When PHP 5 runs in this mode, the server variable element PATH_INFO behaves differently than under PHP 4. PHP 5 scripts can use the element SCRIPT_NAME in place of PATH_INFO to ensure the expected value is returned.

What am I supposed to do with this? Two directions I can figure. Either: Change something with the host, or modify the concrete code.

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hbartlett replied on at Permalink Best Answer Reply
Search for GoDaddy on this forum. You will find you are not alone.

My suggestion? Change web hosts. Seriously.
netclickMe replied on at Permalink Reply
Yes!! I got the client to change hosts. There is a god. Thanks for the suggestion.
scalait replied on at Permalink Reply
I think this is not a problem of the webhost. I think concrete5 should be fixed here.
MVS replied on at Permalink Reply
I think it´s not a problem of the webhost. I installed 2 websites with Concrete5 on the same host before without problems. Now with Version 5.5.1 this problem comes out.

Please fix this bug :-) Thanks
ianus replied on at Permalink Reply
I have resolved by uncompress it directly in the server and add the php5.ini file with the content:
cgi.fix_pathinfo = 1

Additional information in the GoDaddy Help Page:

Now it's working! ;)