I need help whitelisting /dev/urandom to PHP's open_basedir setting for my particular setup without affecting the other sites on this server.
Editing the php.ini file will mess with others' sites on this box, right? I see people saying edit the vhosts file or the httpd file and there are tons of those, but not where they're "supposed" to be. I don't have a vhosts folder in /etc/www or have the directory etc/httpd either, for instance, but that's where people are generally directing others.
DISTRIB_ID=Ubuntu DISTRIB_RELEASE=14.04 DISTRIB_CODENAME=trusty DISTRIB_DESCRIPTION="Ubuntu 14.04.1 LTS"
This below looks promising, except I have other sites to worry about (which is my fear about php.ini) and I am on Ubuntu:
Edit the file /etc/php5/cli/php.ini and comment out the open_basedir setting in this file. Debian uses different php.ini filesand a open_basedir in the php.ini for shell scripts makes not much sense. The open_basedir should only be set for the websites and thats what ispconfig is doing automatically, even if its not defined in the global php.ini.
I tried the php.ini and it didn't even resolve the issue. Presumably it's a setting in ISPConfig, our hosting control panel