"Richard Lynch" <[EMAIL PROTECTED]> writes:

> >that's connected to the web, and it works. I went out and got the
> >php.ini that my user uses on that server and checked it with my local
> >copy. The only difference between the two were the lifetimes of
> >cookies, etc.
> Details, please. :-)
> >I've also tried passing the $PHPSESSID on to another page, and it
> >never 'remembers' the variables that I've declared. But when I upload
> >it to the server, it works.
> >
> >Is this the default configuration under Debian? My brother and his
> >wife also use Debian, and I asked them to check the script, and it
> >doesn't work on their machines, either. Could it be something with
> >apache?
> Extremely unlikely...
> I mean, *SOOO* many web-sites would break if Cookies didn't work...
> If there *IS* a Debian Cookie issue, you'll find it much quicker on a Debian
> mailing list than here on PHP, though.

Actually, I've found the problem on a Debian mailing list. After all
of this, I found out that under Debian with the PowerPC architecture
Sessions do not work.

Thanks for all of your help, though.


PS. Sorry, I sent this by accident to Richard's email address.

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