Well, I've got a few test scripts to run by following the suggestions from
the posts. There's just one thing that's not quite right yet. The
"#!/usr/bin/php" line appears at the top of the page. For instance when I
run the following script from the cgi-bin:
The phpinfo page comes up fine, but "#!/usr/bin/php" appears at the top.
This happens whether I call the script "test.php" or "test.cgi". Appreciate
any tips on how to get rid of it or why it's there.
On Saturday 16 November 2002 12:17 am, you wrote:
> I'm not intending to run the script from the shell. What I am trying to do
> is encrypt emails with Gnupg. The problem is Gnupg runs as my user name
> and php runs as nobody. So I'm trying to run a php script as cgi to
> deliver the data to Gnupg since a cgi script will run as my username. I am
> using a perl script right now and it works, but the rest of the application
> is in php, so its causing some me some design difficulties.
> I'm going to try some the suggestions posted and see if I can get it
> working. Thanks,
> On Friday 15 November 2002 11:04 pm, you wrote:
> > Joseph, I think he's trying to run the script from the shell--in which
> > case it looks okay to me (besides perhaps a terminating semicolon on the
> > last line)
> > Marco
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