Check your session.save_path in PHP.ini. If you don't have a PHP.ini,
make one from PHP-ini.dist or PHP-ini.recommended

---John Holmes...

> -----Original Message-----
> From: Phil Schwarzmann [mailto:[EMAIL PROTECTED]]
> Sent: Monday, June 24, 2002 5:30 PM
> Subject: [PHP] PHP server error...
> Okay, I am a total pussy and gave up on Linux to run my PHP server.
> back to Win98, and everything is working fine except...
> For some reason, anytime I have a script that tries to set/access a
> session variable, I get this error....
> Warning: open(/tmp\sess_slkfjsdkjfljfk, O_RDWR) failed: m (2) in
> c:\apache\htdocs\...\page.php on line xx
> (the sljfsldljksf is a big session number) then it says...
> Failed to write session data(files).  Please verify that the current
> setting of session.save_path is correct (/tmp) in
> c:\apache\htdocs\...\page.php on line 0.
> I apologize if this is a apache or mysql problem.
> Anyone know what I'm doing wrong?
> Thanks!!!

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