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Topic: open_basedir (Read 14 times)
May 15, 2013, 19:14:59 »
open_basedir = /srv/http/:/home/:/tmp/:/usr/share/pear/:/usr/share/webapps/:/usr/share/php/:/dev/:
my URD is in /srv/http/urd
during URD startup:
If the open_basedir variable is set in /etc/php/php.ini URD might not work properly.
I dont get it? Can I have a more detailed error/warning? Does open_basedir need to be set in another config file? Where? Does it need to point to /srv/http/urd?
using arch linux
Reply #1 on:
May 15, 2013, 19:34:23 »
I never use open_basedir. However from the php documentation I gather you'd also need to include the download directory in the open_basedir statement.
Reply #2 on:
May 15, 2013, 20:27:04 »
Thanks for the quick reply!
I am fine with not using open_basedir, but just in case I need to get it working, is there a step in the setup that allows me to point to the download dir or will I have to manually edit a .conf file?
Also then will there be a status screen that can tell me if the open_basedir is working after that setting and the permissions have been adjusted?
Reply #3 on:
May 15, 2013, 22:07:20 »
In the installation the download dir is one of the options you'd have to fill in. Or you can set it afterwards under admin/confic/URD Daemon. This however will not change the open_basedir settings of php in any way. You'd have to fix the open_basedir settings manually by editting the php.ini file. The installer only checks if this value is blank (which means no restrictions) for the moment. The URD daemon will check at startup if it has access to all the directories it needs and if not, stops with an error (log file is in /tmp/urdd.log).
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