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Turn exec() on !

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  1. mvital

    mvital Well-Known Member

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    hi all

    i just bought modernbill system and activate enon module and cause this error :

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     Warning: exec() has been disabled for security reasons 
    i talk with modernbill suport and they said that i need to do the following:

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    exec() is turned off in your php.ini settings. Locate your php.ini file and make sure exec() is turned on. You may also want to ask your service provider for assistance.
    
    have 2 questions :

    1st: are good ideia to turn on exec() ???
    2st: if so how can i do it ?? if its not a good ideia there is some turna around to have this working ??

    Thz
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    Mario Vital
     
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    :( no one ...

    i would like to have some feedback regarding security , about turn on exec on my php.ini file , and off course have the script working as well.

    thz ...
     
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