[CentOS] Re: PHP register_globals

Thu May 18 00:34:16 UTC 2006
kenkensmile at netscape.net <kenkensmile at netscape.net>

I just made it!!
I made .htaccess file

php_flag output_buffering Off
php_flag register_globals On
php_value default_charset EUC-JP
php_value mbstring.language Japanese
php_flag encoding_translation On
php_value mbstring.http_input auto
php_value mbstring.http_output EUC-JP
php_value mbstring.internal_encoding EUC-JP
php_value mbstring.substitute_character none

and I did restart apache.
Now I can install osCommerce.
Of cource, I will delete .htaccess file after installing osCommerce.
Thanks guys!!



-----Original Message-----
From: Jim Perrin <jperrin at gmail.com>
To: CentOS mailing list <centos at centos.org>
Sent: Wed, 17 May 2006 20:22:29 -0400
Subject: Re: [CentOS] Re: PHP register_globals

  > Yes i did, but i can not chenge register_globals on...
 > Is there anything wrong with php.ini? or httpd.conf?

 Not to be rude here but how would we know? We won't have access to
 these files until you successfully enable php_globals...

 Seriously though, we don't know if you have problems with these files
 because we don't have the contents. Search through the php.ini to
 ensure you haven't declared it more than once. Keep in mind, it's
 talked about and commented out in php.ini long before it's actually
 declared off.

 Once you change it, make sure you restart apache, make sure you're
 error checking php input, and make sure you use something like
 mod_security. Others are right, they're off for a reason. Please see
 http://us3.php.net/register_globals for details.

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