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-README file for PHP Shell @VERSION@
-Copyright (C) 2000-2006 Martin Geisler <[EMAIL PROTECTED]>
-Licensed under the GNU GPL.  See the file COPYING for details.
-What is PHP Shell?
-PHP Shell is a shell wrapped in a PHP script.  It's a tool you can use
-to execute arbitrary shell-commands or browse the filesystem on your
-remote webserver.  This replaces, to a degree, a normal telnet
-connection, and to a lesser degree a SSH connection.
-You use it for administration and maintenance of your website, which
-is often much easier to do if you can work directly on the server.
-For example, you could use PHP Shell to unpack and move big files
-around.  All the normal command line programs like ps, free, du, df,
-etc... can be used.
-There are some limitations on what kind of programs you can run.  It
-won't do no good if you start a graphical program like Firefox or even
-a console based one like vi.  All programs have to be strictly command
-line programs, and they will have no chance of getting user input
-after they have been lunched.
-They probably also have to terminate within 30 seconds, as this is the
-default time-limit imposed unto all PHP scripts, to prevent them from
-running in an infinite loop.  Your ISP may have set this time-limit to
-something else.
-But you can rely on all the normal shell-functionality, like pipes,
-output and input redirection, etc...  (There is no <tab>-completion,
-though :-)
-Safe Mode
-Safe Mode is the nemisis of PHP Shell.  If PHP is running in Safe Mode
-then PHP Shell will normally not work --- sorry.  Please read the
-detailed explaination in the SECURITY file.
+*                      CVS README for PHP Shell                     *
-Who am I?
-(Well, my name is Martin, but that's not the point :-)
-You may not be the same user when using PHP Shell, as you are when you
-upload your files with FTP.  On some systems you will be ``nobody``,
-on other systems you will become ``httpd`` or ``www-data``.  This is a
-rather dangerous "feature" of the way PHP is run by the webserver.  A
-possible effect of this is that you might end up creating files using
-PHP Shell which you cannot delete afterwards using FTP and maybe not
-even using PHP Shell.  Strange, but true :-)
-If you want to execute code as different user, then it's possible to
-do so by using the Sudo program available from this address:
-  http://www.courtesan.com/sudo/
-The trick is to configure Sudo to allow the user running the webserver
-to execute certain commands as a more privileged user.  This will have
-to be done by the administrator of the server.  Please refer to the
-documentation for Sudo for further information about doing this.
-How to Use It
-When you point your browser at PHP Shell you will be asked to
-authenticate yourself.  By default no username/password will work, so
-please go read INSTALL for information about adding a user.
-You're back?  Good.  Enter your username and password and press the
-"Login" button.
-You will then be presented with a rather simple page containing
-nothing much except a big window with the cursor blinking at the
-bottom, signaling that it's ready to obey your commands.
-Write a command and press RET --- or alternatively, press the 'Execute
-Command' button if you really want.  The command will be executed and
-the result will be shows in the terminal.  You can now enter another
-To be more precise: the terminal is updated with the command line you
-have just executed, the output of the command to standard out
-(stdout), and following that any error output sent to stderr.
-The commands are executed relative to a current working directory,
-which is written at the top.  You change this by the normal 'cd'
-You can download the newest version of PHP Shell from
-  http://mgeisler.net/php-shell/
-The tarball/zipfile contains these files:
-  This is the script you run when you use PHP Shell.
-  This file describe the changes I've made to PHP Shell.  By reading
-  it you'll always know when I've added a new feature or made a
-  bugfix, and the nature of the feature/bugfix.
-  This file! :-)
-  Tells you how to install PHP Shell.  Amoung other things, it
-  explains how to change the password protection so that you can use
-  PHP Shell.
+As of April 29th 2006, PHP Shell has switched from CVS to Subversion.
+Please checkout the Subversion repository instead.
-  Remember that it's very important to have PHP Shell password
-  protected, or else everybody will be able so snoop into your files
-  and perhaps also be able to delete them!  Please take the time to
-  protect your installation of PHP Shell.
+Information about accessing the new repository can be found here:
-  A separate guide about security with PHP in general and PHP Shell in
-  particular.  Be sure to read this too, especially if you are getting
-  strange errors back from PHP Shell.
+  http://sourceforge.net/svn/?group_id=156638
-  Standard GNU GPL.
+Martin Geisler <[EMAIL PROTECTED]>

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