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RE: RE: [Phpgroupware-users] open_basedir restriction

From: Brian Connolly
Subject: RE: RE: [Phpgroupware-users] open_basedir restriction
Date: Tue, 30 Sep 2003 21:34:47 -0500

Thank you Chris.  That was clear enough even for an idiot like me.



-----Original Message-----
From: address@hidden
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Behalf Of Chris Weiss
Sent: Tuesday, September 30, 2003 9:25 PM
To: address@hidden
Subject: RE: RE: [Phpgroupware-users] open_basedir restriction

Brian Connolly (address@hidden) wrote:
>Bottom line: phpgw is reporting an error.  Is there actually someone on the
>list that can provide actual direction rather that intellectual self

As I said before, look up the open_basedir value and copy the programs
needed to
something below that dir structure.  If you don't have shell access or ftp
access to
 /usr/bin then you can't do this.

And phpgw isn't reporting an error, php is because your host doesn't trust
you (not
uncommon, hosts don't trust anybody).

You have 2 choices:
1) don't use the problem app because your host doesn't support the
requirements for

2) use a little old fashioned ingenuity and work around the problem.  it's
site, we can't tell you the right way because every host is different.  I
have 3
servers and all 3 have different setups.

Bottom line:  this is not a phpgw issue, it's a server config issue, the
server does
not have the default config and has one that's less than optimal for running
 If you send those errors to your webhost support and they don't give you a
answer then I personally recomend finding a host that will work with
you...or at
least one that knows how to admin a php enabled web server.

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