Wait a minute! I checked the Apache Error Log and it said file access
permission do not allow the specified action. It can use the "cp" command
and the original file. But it can not create the new file as result of hte
copy command. Why is that? What are the way around?
"Scott Fletcher" <[EMAIL PROTECTED]> wrote in message
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> When I use those PHP function, 1) "exec()", 2) "passthru()" and 3)
> "system()", they don't work. I suspect that I would need to enter the
> Environment Variable so I did the "putenv()" for the PATH, BASH, etc. But
> still does not work. Check file Permission and so on. (Can't use fopen()
> create a file due to permission error).
> What am I missing here?
> "Scott Fletcher" <[EMAIL PROTECTED]> wrote in message
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> > Hi!
> > I wanted to know if there is a PHP code or function that would allow
> > PHP to issue the UNIX command.
> > What I'm doing here is I'm trying to tell PHP to create a file by
> > issuing hte UNIX command then I can use the PHP to open the file to
> > the data. Once I'm done with the file, I can use the UNIX to run the
> > in the file to communicate with the modem by executing the file. When
> > done then I can open an another file to grab the data that had be
> > by the modem and do the PHP things to do something with hte data. When
> > done, then I can use the PHP to tell UNIX to delete the file and Voila!
> > Thanks,
> > Scott
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