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From Eugene <httpd.subscr...@infosatgeomatica.com>
Subject [users@httpd] SOLVED: php_info()
Date Tue, 05 Oct 2004 20:27:06 GMT
Hello Geoff, its my fault. Its a new firewall's plugin embedded in mail
client and its killing me with my mails:) I should configure this thing...

Anyway, i have this:
error_reporting  =  E_ALL
display_errors = On

Its strange, because I've just installed 5.0.2 with the same php.ini(!)
and all works fine!

Maybe, its a bug of 5.0.1?
No errors in logs, nothing, all clear, all working, except "info( )".
Thats why I was confused...


Ok, I can say that problem solved, but now I cant trust
hello_php for testing my first run of PHP after installation.

Thank you for help!


Tuesday, October 5, 2004, 3:53:25 PM, you wrote:

> No, sorry what I thought was the function is //The message being
> accessed was blocked because of its undesirable content./ & you had a "_" in
> there. So what I figured is since the default config for php.ini in  windows
> is to have //The message being accessed was blocked because of its
> undesirable content./ off, then I thought I would suggest the function
> as //The message being accessed was blocked because of its
> undesirable content./ instead of what you had as php_info() that's all... did not
> mean to offend, just trying to help.



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