At 01:09 PM 21/06/2002 -0500, Rick Kukiela wrote:
>Ok, I have never, in my entire life, have such a persistant little freakin
>problem with a programming language... It started out while i was running
>4.1.2 where sessions would not write to the disk properly. I researched and
>found a bug. I couldnt get php properly upgraded... dont know why so i had
>to whip out the whole system and start from scratch. After doing this I am
>now running Apache 1.3.26, php 4.2.1 and the os is Freebsd 4.6-Release,
>platform i386.
>I just want to do some simple authentication with sessions so this is the
>session code in the script:
>   $start_time = mktime();
>   error_reporting(2047);
>   session_start();
>   session_register("encrypted");
>   session_register("user");
>   session_register("start_time");
>   session_register("cdomain");
>   session_write_close();
>   header("Location: blalbalballafdskljf");
>i even tried that same code but instead of using session_register i assigned
>the vars manually by doing like $_SESSION['encrypted'] = $encrypted; but
>that produced the same errors as using session_register.
>I tried with reg_globals on and off. no difference.
>Its set to write in the /tmp directory which has the following permissions.
>drwxrwxrwt   3 root     wheel         512 Jun 21 13:00 tmp
>I also tried changing it to /usr/local/apache/sessions which has the
>drwxrwxrwx   3 nobody  nobody         512 Jun 21 12:36 sessions
>Nothing works NOTHING AT ALL, i cant get this shit to work for the life of
>me and its really irritating. apache error_logs report NOTHING at all and if
>php has its own log i have no idea where it is.....
>Even if you cant directly tell me what the problem is, if there is a way to
>even find out what could be causeing it please let me know, this is killing
>Oh and here is the output i get when i run the script.
>Warning: Failed to write session data (files). Please verify that the
>current setting of session.save_path is correct (/tmp) in
>/usr/local/apache/htdocs/cp/login.php on line 43

This below is your problem, you must be outputting white space so it can't 
set the session cookie.

>Warning: Cannot add header information - headers already sent by (output
>started at /usr/local/apache/htdocs/cp/login.php:43) in
>/usr/local/apache/htdocs/cp/login.php on line 45
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