Check the versions of software you're using. CentOS likes to make you
jump through hoops in order to get newer software.
Namely, check your PHP version.
On Nov 25, 9:08 am, aztroboy <jbasur...@gmail.com> wrote:
> Hello there! I'm using a PHP Twitter OAuth library (twitter.abrah.am),
> and it works perfect on Windows: the php script looks asks twitter for
> an auth token. However, as soon as I put the same script on CentOS
> (with its default httpd service), it won't give any auth tokens at
> The script uses cURL to get the token from twitter. I've used cURL
> (curlwww.google.com) and it works fine in console.
> What could be going wrong here? Is there something I should add of
> change first in order to receive the tokens? By the way, I got the
> CentOS default FW set allowing traffic on port 80 and SSH only.
> I would like to ask for a hint about what should I do, I'm kinda
> newbie on CentOS.
> thank you in advance