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how can i set php.ini file?

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  1. }{iJacK

    }{iJacK Member

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    i have to change some settings in php.ini
    im getting trouble with uploading file with php script..

    does any body know?
     
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    dave9000 Well-Known Member

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    This is a very simple issue to fix which you could find many examples of if you would take the time to do a search of this forum

    or if all else fails go to www.php.net and RTFM
     
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    i try but i cant find any thin

    whenever i search about sometin this forum can find anythin..

    i see 3 msg. in once some one says i find a similar topic and he wrote topic subject then i try searching again with same topic i cant again..
    could you help me?
     
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    Put the following into a blank text file, save it as whatever.php upload it and open in your browser:

    <? phpinfo(); ?>

    This will tell you the locateion to your php.ini. Alternatively if you are running phpSuExec then you can also make changes to a php.ini file under the users directory. ie. create a blank file call it php.ini and save it to /home/username/public_html/. If you are running php as an apache module you can do the same within .htaccess. Read up on more @ php.net.
     
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