I'm submitting this to request that you allow Turck to
run in CGI mode even without shared memory support
(disk only configuration). This would be highly
valuable because it would allow people to distribute
compiled scripts that will run under CGI mode without
distributing the source. Currently several of the
common PHP panels chroot the user and use PHP as a CGI,
currently these users can not use Turck encoded
scripts. Also this prohibits the use of CGI to run as
other users with compiled scripts. People running in
CGI already accept a performance hit so the lack of
shared memory caching should not be important.
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