Yes. I realized it was very convenient, esp. it goes to the remote server. 

For your first question, I believe this tool is web user interface in Windows. 
But in that UI, there is a command line prompt for me to enter command. 

Correct me if my understanding is wrong or what I did is wrong.


From: Adrian Spiridon <>
To: Discuss the development of PHP Shell <>
Sent: Thursday, June 18, 2009 12:21:06 PM
Subject: Re: commands do not work problem


First :  Are you running this on Linux ?If yes, it should work.
Second : What is convenient ? ("this tool is much more convenient")

From: Mike Turley <>
Sent: Thursday, June 18, 2009 5:30:35 PM
Subject: Fw: commands do not work problem

Still haven't solved this problem. Anybody has any clue how to fix it?

----- Forwarded Message ----
From: Mike Turley <>
Sent: Tuesday, June 16, 2009 4:21:22 PM
Subject: commands do not work problem


I'm new to PHP Shell. I set up and logged in successfully. But when it comes to 
type in the command, I tested it by using some very basic commands like "pwd", 
"ls" "cd", etc. It always gives me the message like "not recognized as internal 
or external command" or something like that. Did I do something wrong? Or I 
need to use special command?

Another question is: I checked some discussion about this convenient tool and 
it says that this tool is much more convenient. But how can I explore and take 
advantage of the features I haven't found yet. To me, it is a web interface, 
but I still need to type in the command line to execute. It seems same as other 
linux tool except for the user interface. I believe I must have missed 
something here. May I know how I can use this tool efficiently?


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