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EasyApache ... option 5 ... phpsuexec?

Discussion in 'EasyApache' started by cass, Jul 4, 2003.

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What do you use ?

  1. PHP 4.3.1 with PHPSUEXEC

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  2. PHP 4.3.1 without phpsuexec

    3 vote(s)
    33.3%
  3. PHP 4.3.2 with PHPSUEXEC

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    44.4%
  4. PHP 4.3.2 without phpsuexec

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  1. cass

    cass Well-Known Member

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    Hello...
    I've see that phpsuexec is NOT being installed on Option 5 ... (I noted it cause mail() send as nobody....)
    I thought it was enabled on option 2,3,4,5 :confused:

    so, for the use of mail() on PHP (lot of scripts use it...)
    I need to ENABLE nobody to send mails... or it will not send a mail to a non-local address.
    This also... will enable anyone to send spam using a simple PHP script right ? .... and maybe this will be hard to control right? ... cause all mail is tracked as "nobody" .... I'm right?

    Now... phpsuexec ... YES or NO ?
    Pros & Cons ?

    I know that Mail() will be sent using the USERNAME, so will be easy to detect spamming accounts right?
    What other Pro does it have ?

    And what about Cons?

    Anyone with phpsuexec installed please advise.

    Also... why EasyApache always installs PHP 4.3.1 instead of 4.3.2 ? is there any problem with 4.3.2 ? (like Zend dont work, or anything?)

    Have anyone installed EasyApache with option 6, with php 4.3.2, phpsuexec ... etc?


    Regards.

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  2. Triden

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    I thought phpsuexeec wanst compatible with php 4.3.2

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