So putting the line:
register_globals = on
In your php.ini file (path to it specified in your phpinfo() output)
Check the following:
1. Are you sure there isn't a second "register_globals = off" entry
somewhere in that file?
2. Does the web server have read access to the directory and the php.ini
3. Can you change other things and see the change in your phpinfo()
This really does work.
On Fri, 5 Jul 2002, Scott Fletcher wrote:
> I give up! It still won't turned on! I tried stopping and restarting
> Apache, rebooting the machine, checked phpinfo to see the php.ini file path
> is, etc. At least, my boss understand. I'm going to stick to upgrading the
> website to go without register global.
> "Larry Rosenman" <[EMAIL PROTECTED]> wrote in message
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> > On Fri, 2002-07-05 at 10:04, Scott Fletcher wrote:
> > > What is the configure option that will turn on the register_globals?
> > > is for ./configure option in UNIX / LINUX.
> > It's in php.ini. Look at the phpinfo() output, and modify to include
> > the register_globals=ON, then restart Apache (assuming it's in an apache
> > module).
> > --
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