Hi, folks,

On Tue, 21 Dec 2010 21:35:17 -0800 [06:35:17 AM CET],
Michael Shadle <mike...@gmail.com> wrote:

> first - this is probably your culprit:
> don't output empty lines before you do
> anything (just a general good practice)

Whow! This did the trick !

Warning vanished when I changed beginning of
script to:

1 <?php session_start ();

I wasn't aware that the HTML comment and the
following empty line are in fact written to
output.  But that's clear now  :-)

So I suppose my local PHP setup supressed this
warning or is more compliant ...

> also i'd turn on output buffering.

Since it worked without warning at 1st try,
I haven't changed output buffering (yet).

Mike, many thanks for Your PROMPT and HELPFUL
answer! Have a nice day!

Dipl.phys. Rudolf Otto Bl├Ąttner,
D 91074 Herzogenaurach, Germany.

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