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Old 8th February 2006, 16:38
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Default php.ini ?!!

hi there ..
i did some changes in my php.ini and restart my server .. in the phpinfo.php
it didint change .. where i can find the orginal php.ini
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Old 8th February 2006, 18:18
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The php.ini is listed in the
Code:
phpinfo();
output.
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Default doesn't work for me

I type phpinfo();
and i have the following:
bash: error de sintaxis cerca de token no esperado `;'
bash: syntax error near token doesn't waited `;'
i follw the guide for ubuntu 6 server
and i need to modify the php.ini and some others
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Old 28th July 2006, 20:15
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Hello All,

Quote:
Originally Posted by cexar
I type phpinfo();
and i have the following:
bash: error de sintaxis cerca de token no esperado `;'
bash: syntax error near token doesn't waited `;'
i follw the guide for ubuntu 6 server
and i need to modify the php.ini and some others
Open this Attached file
Copy phpinfo.php in your Web Direktory.
Open Your Browser and Type www.domain.tld/phpinfo.php.
Search "Configuration File (php.ini) Path".
You find the php.ini inkl Path.

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