Note that I have problems with shellscripts written on Windows the SCP to Linux.
They don't run a t first time. So I've to open them with a editor(i prefer joe), 
remove Ms (newlines) after -q to <?php open tag.
After that everythings works fine.

Andrey Hristov
IcyGEN Corporation
http://www.icygen.com
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> Shell PHP scripts will start with the line
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> #!/path/to/php -q
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> Regards
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> Jon
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> Hi,
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> Is there any way to identify if a php script is running through a shell or
> web?
> Thanks in advance.
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