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How to have your own php.ini

Discussion in 'General Discussion' started by ccondo, Nov 15, 2004.

  1. ccondo

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    I have a user that needs some changes made to php.ini for a site.

    How do I give that person a local php.ini file, so they can make the changes?
     
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    If you use phpsuexec, then the user should create a php.ini file with only those items they need to change,

    If you don't use phpsuexec, then as long as you permit it in the main php.ini file, most settings can be changed just by adding a directive to the .htaccess file in that directory.
     
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