At 05:27 1/31/2004, Quintin Riis wrote:
>In Bourne shell:
>
>blah=$(something | something)
>blah2=`blah -K 2 -z`
>
>               Quintin

Thanks, Quintin!

My problem is that when I try to do something like that, I get
something like this:

Cannot execute using backquotes in safe mode

Any other ideas?

>
>W. D. wrote:
>> Hey folks,
>> 
>> Is it possible to redirect text from stdout to a variable?
>> 
>> I do something like this and get the output on the screen:
>> 
>> echo "Some Text to be Encrypted" | /usr/local/bin/gpg -a --always-trust 
>--batch --no-secmem-warning -e -u "GPG Tester " -r 
>"[EMAIL PROTECTED]"
>> 
>> 
>> 
>> Most sites advise to do something like this if using PHP:
>> 
>> $cmd = "echo $msg | $gpg --batch --no-secmem-warn --armor --home $home_dir \
>>  -u $fm --default-key $fm -r $to --encrypt --sign";
>> 
>> $message_body = `$cmd`;
>> 
>> mail($to,'Web Site Order',$message_body);
>> 
>> However, "safe mode" is on, and won't let me do it.  Any ideas?
>> 
>> 
>> 
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