register_globals and allow_url_fopen

Discussion in 'cPanel reseller hosting' started by imlek, Sep 17, 2007.

  1. imlek

    imlek New Member


    The reseller server have PhpSuExec enabled so I can not turn off some PHP value at .htaccess and must at php.ini

    I never use php.ini before so would like to ask your advice to turn off the following value:

    Thank you in advance.
  2. LeMarque

    LeMarque Member

    I just joined KH so someone please verify my response; it's been awhile since I did this.

    But I recall you can turn suexec off in WHM (I believe in Tweak Settings?)

    And the easiest way to edit php.ini is to ssh into your server, do a "locate" php.ini (think it may be in /etc) use a good ssh client, I use SecureCRT, make a backup of php.ini and then edit away!


  3. drwhit73

    drwhit73 Member

    Not sure exactly how the reseller hosting works here but I would think that suexec could not be disabled on a single reseller hosting account. As far as the php.ini I am not exactly sure what directives to use to accomplish what you are wanting.
  4. orici

    orici New Member


    I am having the same problem.
    need register globals off, theres supposedly alot of people on Knownhost using joomla please whats the easy way?

    this server doesnt allow .htaccess php_flag register_globals off
  5. Dallas

    Dallas New Member

    Try putting this in your php.ini

    register_globals = Off
  6. orici

    orici New Member


    doesnt work thx anyway.
  7. orici

    orici New Member


    contacted support
    they uploaded a php ini file with register globals turned off.

    I have joomla installed so i moved the php.ini from public_html into my administrator folder and it works.

  8. Dallas

    Dallas New Member

    Did you put that in your php.ini?

    oops, glad you see you got it working
  9. Dallas

    Dallas New Member

    I'm curious - how did they write it in the php.ini? Is it register_globals = Off, or something different?
  10. LeMarque

    LeMarque Member

    I just ssh'd into my server and did a "whereis" for php.ini. It returned a number of listings and am wondering if someone can tell me if this is THE php.ini file:

  11. i.s.s.w

    i.s.s.w New Member

    hi on ssh

    php -i | grep php.ini

    look php.ini

    Configuration File (php.ini) Path => /usr/local/lib/php.ini


    pico /usr/local/lib/php.ini

    ctrl + w

    I do not know many Arabs in the English language ;)

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