PHP as an apache module requires the php.ini file.  Look harder and you will
find it somewhere.

session.save_path is the file on the server where sessions are stored.  It
has nothing to do with the client machine.


Jonathan Duncan <[EMAIL PROTECTED]> wrote in message
> I am reading a book that refers to changing the value of an option in my
> php.ini file.  I am using a virual server running FreeBSD which already
> PHP4 installed and I assume they opted not to install it using the php.ini
> option, hence it does not exist.  It is installed as an Apache module,
> therefore I assume that I add any options and their values to the
> file.  Anyone disagree with me on this?
> Now to my real question, this book I am reading suggests that I change the
> value of "session.save_path" from the default "/tmp" to be
> I am assuming that this "session.save_path" option saves session
> on the end users computer in the directory specified.  If this is the
> and I do specify "/Windows/temp" won't this cause problems for people who
> are not browsing my site with a Windows machine?  If so, is there a way to
> save session information just cookies are saved by going to the default
> location for cookies so that all platforms are compatible?
> Thank you in advance,
> Jonathan Duncan

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