I would do it this way .

$quota = `/usr/bin/sudo /usr/bin/quota -v test`;
         // please mind that the command is between backtics and not quotes

echo $quota;

         // It probably doesn't produce a nice looking output but you can 
change that yourself
         // This doesn't work when you have safe mode on in your php.ini 
file, because then
         // it doesn't allow commands to be run within backtics.


Marc van Duivenvoorde

At 04:21 PM 7/11/2001 +0800, you wrote:
>I run the php script as following:
>     system("/usr/bin/sudo /usr/bin/quota -v test")
>php < test.php - I can get the output
>in the browser: http://localhost/test.php - I cannot see any output
>     system("finger");
>I can both get the output in the console and browser.
>Does anybody know the reasons?
>Thank you very much!
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