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The difference is big-endian vs. little-endian order. Start with the first four bytes of hexdump output: ac5a 5afb. Now switch the byte order to get: 5aac fb5a Compare this with the PHP output: 5aac fb5a They match. By default, BSD hexdump displays output based on the machine's endianness. If you don't want that, you can specify the -C option to ...


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In your user .conf (douglas.conf) replace: Order allow,deny Allow from all With: Require all granted The difference is how apache 2.4 handles permissions http://httpd.apache.org/docs/2.4/upgrading.html


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You must grant access to a user from a remote host on the mysql server. This tutorial will walk you through setting up a user on your MySQL server to connect remotely. The following items are assumed: You have access to login as the 'root' MySQL user Contents 1 Getting your IP address 2 Granting Access 3 Testing Remotely 4 Notes Getting your IP ...


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Try this (using phpseclib, a pure PHP SSH implementation): $ssh = new Net_SSH2($ssh_server, $ssh_port); if (!$ssh->login($ssh_user, $ssh_password)) die('nologin'); //$ssh->enablePTY(); echo $ssh->exec("sh /home/...../...../za.sh"); die(); If that doesn't work for you try uncommenting out the $ssh->enablePTY()


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Are you using PHP Non Thread Safe or Thread Safe. You can check this with your phpinfo.php file. If you are using PHP Non Thread Safe then dll name contains nts should be used and for Thread Safe use dll name contains ts. Refer below image for more details. You should also need SQL native client to be installed to access MSSQL server.


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In a non-interactive shell, it's possible that your 'www' user is only getting their primary group (as defined in /etc/passwd) and not any additional groups (as defined in /etc/group). You can probably test if this is the case using: <?php echo exec('id'); ?> If webaccess isn't listed in the groups, that's probably why it can only read the files ...


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I experienced the same thing but on Mavericks after applying the security update from a couple days ago. Mavericks is still using Apache 2.2 so it wasn't the config issue chrisMc mentioned, though it looks like he's right and you'll need to change that as well. In my case, I first resolved the core problem by commenting out the Homebrew PHP 5.4 module line ...


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I had the same issue as well, and fixed it by doing so: Load the userdir module by finding the following lines in httpd.conf and uncommenting it: LoadModule userdir_module libexec/apache2/mod_userdir.so Include /private/etc/apache2/extra/httpd-userdir.conf Edit extra/httpd-userdir.conf, find and uncomment the following line: Include ...



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