Good thought, but I grabbed it straight from a mirror with wget and did
config file tweaks in vi.
On 11/16/06, Christian Walther <[EMAIL PROTECTED]> wrote:
has this file been edited on another platform, Windows in particular?
I've seen many occasions where people created a script using a windows
text editor, saving it as a windows text file. While most scripting
languages don't care about this, editing a windows text file on a unix
box will eventually break the format of the file (being neither DOS
nor Unix anymore), resulting in strange behaviour sometimes.
(This is just a guess, it happened several times with perl here, so
php might not be affected by this kind of error at all.)
On 16/11/06, John Vaughan <[EMAIL PROTECTED]> wrote:
> Hello list,
> Some new findings. . .
> A buddy (wes) on another list loaded the troublemaker index.php file
> telnet and got:
> [EMAIL PROTECTED]:~/Downloads$ telnet welcome.coe.jmu.edu 80 Trying
> Connected to etv.jmu.edu.
> Escape character is '^]'.
> GET /dbadmin/index.php
> Connection closed by foreign host.
> And suggested that the PHP processor was crashing.
> When I use the php CLI from the command line and run the index file in
> phpmyadmin folder I get:
> # php index.php
> Segmentation fault (core dumped)
> When I run a test file (that works) with phpinfo in it, it also throws
> [Thu Nov 16 07:26:34 2006] Script: 'test.php'
> /usr/ports/databases/pecl-PDO/work/PDO-1.0.3/pdo.c(364) : Freeing
> 0x0838A0E8 (1 bytes), script=test.php === Total 1 memory leaks detected
> There are no other useful errors (at least to me) that I can find in my
> error logs. Does anyone have a suggestion as to what might be causing
> this? All other php files (not in the phpmyadmin folder) seem to
> fine without error.
> I can try reinstalling php, but would really like to know where things
> wrong and why only the folder with the phpmyadmin files seems to be
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