ID: 11659
User Update by: [EMAIL PROTECTED]
Status: Open
Bug Type: Sockets related
Operating system: Red Hat Linux 6.0
PHP Version: 4.0.6
Description: fsockopen and fopen


 The error I *was* receiving was the same as Bug i.d. #11058


Previous Comments:

[2001-06-26 11:26:18] [EMAIL PROTECTED]

 It seems I made an error in not securing my machine from the clutches of my roommate. 
He started 20 seperate httpd processes! When I went through and used kill -9 on all of 
them and re-started the web server, the php code worked.
Sorry. I did receive the error style/css on found on the server. What does this mean 
and how can I fix it?

 I am a serious PHP user and your assistance is very much appreciated. Are there any 
areas I should look for onm own so I won't take up too much of your time? Such as 
php.ini in case I have another question?

Thanks, Katie.


[2001-06-26 05:42:43] [EMAIL PROTECTED]
Your example script works just fine. 
Can you please explain what exactly doesn't work?
And preferrably include suck non-working example
script (short one) into this bug report.


[2001-06-25 09:02:29] [EMAIL PROTECTED]

 $fd = fopen("";, "r" );




I am also unable to write *functional* scripts using fsockopen...

My compile line was:

#./configure --with-mysql=/usr/local/mysql-3.22.32-pc-linux-gnu-i686/

make install

I am using Netscape 4.51.

Thanks, Katie.


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