My friends' server is giving me a hard time. What happened is (long story short) he was forced to use a new server for the web sites on his old one. One of them was mine. I'm experiencing some weirdness now: 1. PHP automatically sticks in the backslash in front of apostrophes and quotation marks. This seems weird.... Don't trust it. What's up here? 2. The encryption method seems to be different. This is weird, because (basic password scenario here), I can log in to my account (the server encrypts my password properly and compares it to the one 'on file' and voila). But, when the password is changed, encrypted, and saved, it seems to encrypt differently than when simply entered in a login screen. Now it seems to have a bunch of $ signs in it, whereas before it didn't. 3. The mail function doesn't send e-mail, or I should say hasn't yet (after a few hours). Is this a PHP setting? Maybe the sendmail functionality is wonky on the server? Or is it possible PHP isn't looking in the proper place for the sendmail stuff?
Now, not being totally hardware-savvy, I'm not sure what could cause these. One thing may be that the OS is different (was Redhat, is now Debian). Also, my friend upgraded from PHP3 to 4. Any light on this situation? __________________________________________________ Do You Yahoo!? Yahoo! Tax Center - online filing with TurboTax http://taxes.yahoo.com/ -- PHP General Mailing List (http://www.php.net/) To unsubscribe, visit: http://www.php.net/unsub.php