Separate names with a comma.
Have a look at mod_layout, that may be what you are looking for.
Also, you may want to use a newer version of PHP. There is a few bugs/exploits that affect your version.
I just compile PHP my self now, a lot faster than waiting on other people :)
Why not edit the crontab directly? With crontab -e username
How can I fix this issue the correct way? As it seems to appear after a while at random times... the only way to fix is to go from 2.0.x to 2.2.x...
APF, BFD, mod_security with a decent ruleset, probably a lot of others things as well.
Fixed, not sure what the issue was.
This is weird... any php files inside sub folders seem to work... but ones at the top have issues.
I cannot seem to get PHP files parsing correctly with 2.x or 2.2.x, I would downgrade back to 1.3.x but it does not work. Earlier I could not even...
Edit /scripts/installzendopt and change the version number to 3.0.1
Weird, whatever I try to do I end up with php files not working correctly. I get asked to save them instead. I did try suphp first, as that did...
I believe it is disabled in IE. I am not too sure though.
Works now, after I disabled LES quickly... could be due to the RPM database locked or maybe some binaries having in-compatiable permissions.
I have the same issue here, except that was already disabled and I removed the file and restarted.
To no avail.
Sorry for cross posting though,...
I get the same issue here, except dig and nslookup return fine results, but exim can not resolve domains.
It returns the same error with bind...
Wget would be protected from POST and GET based attacks by Mod_Security.
Rather than via someone using a local file, unless I am mistaken how...
Works great here with PHP 4.4.2 and PHP 5.1.2.
Did have to remove the mod_bandwidth module though to get $_POST variables to work.
And choose the option that says advanced (keep config), or something on the lines of that.
Recently I excluded a few users from being backed up, due to space issues.
However they are still being backed up, I checked the cpbackup...
That should show the path to the wvHtml binary.