ID: 8253
Updated by: derick
Old-Status: Suspended
Status: Closed
Bug Type: *Session related
Operating system: 
PHP Version: 4.0.3pl1
Assigned To: 

As Sascha said, not a bug in PHP, so closing this report.

Previous Comments:

[2000-12-22 17:56:18] [EMAIL PROTECTED]
Perhaps you are going through a transparent HTTP proxy?

Anyway, this is unlikely to be a problem on our side. Please make sure that your 
client is indeed using the commonly-agreed on format (as per the Netscape cookie spec) 
and PHP will understand it.


[2000-12-14 07:21:56] [EMAIL PROTECTED]
This looks like the HTTP_X_FORWARDED_FOR change a gateway/proxy does. I don't know if 
it helps or anything. I think that the mac doesn't go through a proxy/gateway. 


[2000-12-14 07:08:38] [EMAIL PROTECTED]
Session don't work if you try to use them in macos. I think the issue is that MacOS 
(both IE and NS). Send cookies in the form of a X-okie variable but Windows/linux/* 
uses a Cookie variable. Therefore PHP doesn't detect the cookies/session id and sends 
out another one.

I've tried the latest snapshot (200012140245) and php-4.0.3pl1.


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