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redrum

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Not very well.....

 

PHP min setting:

 

safe_mode=OFF

register_globals=ON

 

This can be set on a per site basis!

 

If your host does not want to change - PM me for a few suggestions.

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A qote forom the hosts supportforum "Under no circumstances can PHP Safe mode be disabled"

 

Does this means that I have to look for a different host, or can I tweak something by my self to make it work?

 

thanks,

Fredrik

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  • 2 weeks later...

it's a pity that there was no reply to the last question.

Is it possible to 'create' safe_mode=off (maybe via .htaccess),

or can i demand my webhoster to create safe_mode=off for me?

 

What about if this is not possible?

Will i have to look for webspace somewhere else????

 

Hope to find answers here....

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  • 3 months later...

I want an answer to this too. If the Safe_mode is on, is it possible to use some code in the file .htaccess or something to get passed the problem if the host has set the safe_mode on ?

 

Or any other way ?

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  • 5 weeks later...

I'd run screaming from any host that doesn't know how to secure a server properly with safe mode OFF. :o

 

Most use it because they don't have a clue what they're doing.

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  • 4 weeks later...

This requirement is not exactly made clear by the osCommerce development team. The main page of the website says "With no restrictions or special requirements, osCommerce is able to run on any PHP enabled web server, on any environment that PHP and MySQL supports"

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