Thanks for your reply
I had problems to follow the instructions you suggested as its a little over
my head :)
.htaccess is not working. It means that for that directory you have Apache
Options set to None or AuthConfig.
I have checked /etc/apache2... I have apache2.conf
File does not mention anything about allowoverrride. Only part says:
The following line prevents .htaccess to be viewed by web clients
<Files ~ "^\.ht">
Deny from all
I checked the link and read, but not able to conclude out from that what I
have to enter into the config file.
Any sugestion or concrete examples?
QUOTE: make sure this is loaded into apache2.conf:
# Include generic snippets of statements
It was not. I have just written this in a random place in the file now
Check /etc/apache2/conf.d/squirrelmail.conf file. It should have
<directory /usr/share/squirrelmail> block. Add your php_value setting
inside that directory block. Don't add . directory to include_path. Same
rule as for having it in root's $PATH. Code should never load own files
from current directory without specifying path. If I remember correctly,
it also triggers additional checks in PHP as it has to calculate path on
every include call.
File not there. Not sure what the "block" means and "add your php_value.
That whole paragraph was hard to understand for me.
Hard for a windows guy to dig into this as we are used to click, install and
it works. lol
I appreciate your time but after tried all i could think of the last 48hours
I think i go back to my Windows/Imal solution as I cant move 1000 users over
if they can not change their password.
I wonder why its not a default setting as very basic if you have an email
Thanks for your time
Tomas Kuliavas wrote:
> 2012.04.26 22:05 morten44 rašė:
>> HI and thanks for your reply
>> You where right
>> I insert phpinfo.php into the root folder of my domain and it shows the
>> include_path correct
>> I then move the phpinfo.php into /usr/share/squirrelmail and point my
>> broswser to the file here and it shows "."
>> I have asked the ISPconfig guys and they say it only uses
>> /etc/php5/apache2/php.ini and /etc/php5/cgi/php.ini
>> I have then edited .htaccess file for domain and entered:
>> php_value include_path ".:/usr/share/php: /usr/share/php/PEAR"
>> Restarted apache2 BUT still it shows "."
>> Any idea where i will need to enter this include_path info?
> .htaccess is not working. It means that for that directory you have Apache
> Options set to None or AuthConfig.
> Check your main apache configuration file. Make sure that it loads
> additional files from /etc/apache2/conf.d/ directory. Look for following
> settings in /etc/apache2/ files.
> # Include generic snippets of statements
> Include /etc/apache2/conf.d/
> Check /etc/apache2/conf.d/squirrelmail.conf file. It should have
> <directory /usr/share/squirrelmail> block. Add your php_value setting
> inside that directory block. Don't add . directory to include_path. Same
> rule as for having it in root's $PATH. Code should never load own files
> from current directory without specifying path. If I remember correctly,
> it also triggers additional checks in PHP as it has to calculate path on
> every include call.
> If you don't have squirrelmail related files in apache2/conf.d/, create
> new file. Check apache manual for <directory> directive and create
> <directory> block for /usr/share/squirrelmail.
> Reload apache configuration after updating squirrelmail.conf. Check
> phpinfo() output for SquirrelMail again.
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