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From nocturnal <>
Subject [users@httpd] Running PHP as CGI without Shebang
Date Wed, 31 May 2006 10:22:31 GMT

I've managed to configure my vhosts to run PHP as CGI without the need 
for a Shebang and 755 permissions on PHP script files. The only problem, 
a big problem in my opinion, is that i need to create a cgi-bin 
directory in each vhosts web root directory and place a copy of the php 
binary interpreter file in that directory. I do this because the users 
are not allowed to execute things outside of their web root directory. I 
would like to know other possible solutions to this that don't require 
me to keep a large file in every users directory which not only adds to 
that users file system quota but also is at risk of being removed or 
altered by the user herself.

Thank you in advance for any help. I would love it if you could share 
your experiences of multiple solutions to this, even if they, in your 
opinions, have flaws.

Med vänliga hälsningar

Stefan Midjich aka nocturnal

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