On Jun 12, 5:24 pm, AlexW474 <[EMAIL PROTECTED]> wrote: > On Jun 4, 3:31 pm, Bill Moran <[EMAIL PROTECTED]> wrote: > > > > > In response to Nicolas Letellier <[EMAIL PROTECTED]>: > > > > Hello. > > > > I would like to know if it is possible to have anotherphp.ini forphp > > > command line? I have aphp.ini with many restrictions (open_basedir, > > > disabled functions, etc...) used byapache(and mod_php). > > > > I would like to user anotherphp.ini file forphpcommand line (I don't > > > want to have disabled functions or safe_mode for command linephp). > > > > I use php5 in the port tree. > > >From 'manphp': > > > --php-ini path|file > > -c path|file Look forphp.ini file in the directory path or use > > the > > specified file > > You can use this > instruction:http://www.witsuite.com/support/knowledge-base/manual-installation/in... > > It clearly shows how to use differentphp.ini forApachePHPandPHP > CLI. > You can even create a few bat files with different environment. BTW, this instruction is for Windows, but the approach is suitable for FreeBSD as well.
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