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Quick question: Is there a way to remove the iPage ads from the top of my webpage? Thanks for any response. Second question.. I'm using Linux platform to use OsCommerce..

When I go to.

Http://localhost/catalog/install.

It shows:.

FATAL ERROR: register_globals is disabled in php.ini, please enable it!.

But I check the php.ini in /etc.

The register_globals=ON is changed.

Why is always show this FATAL ERROR?!.

Help pls~..

Comments (34)

Of course! but... you might want to make sure and wait for another person here to confirm this as I am unsure of myself. Better yet, why don't you give a call to the iPage guys because they can give you an answer better...

Comment #1

Hi,.

Just code the following in a PHP script..

<?  // display all the PHP info.

   phpinfo();.

?>.

And run it, then see what the register_globals values are..

Peter..

Comment #2

Oh~.

It is OFF OFF.

How can I change it?!.

THanks~..

Comment #3

Can you tell me which file need to change?!.

Where is the php.ini ?!.

Thx~..

Comment #4

Hi,.

When you run phpinfo(), the location of the file PHP.INI, is usually right up the top, for me, it is the sixth row, and states:.

Peter..

Comment #5

I found it in /etc.

But I already change the register_global => "ON".

May be I use OpenOffice to edit, so the file has problem..

Anyway, how can I fixed it?!..

Comment #6

Hi,.

But, did 'phpinfo()' state it was in "/etc" ??.

I had a look at a PHP.INI, and the line is:.

Register_globals = On.

Maybe, .....try.

Crimson Editor.

, it's free and has syntax highlighting for PHP files, so it's a nice tool to use for osCommerce..

Check that your 'phpinfo()' display path name is "/etc" , maybe PHP doesn't like the "ON', because here is what the file states:.

Peter.

This post has been edited by.

Peterr.

: 26 April 2004, 05:01..

Comment #7

I checked the Configuration File (php.ini) Path is "/etc"..

Comment #8

I was changed the php.ini register_globals => "ON".

Used by webmin file editor.

But still no effect~~~ =.=!..

Comment #9

Hi,.

Do you need to restart your (Apache ?) web server ??.

Edit.

: Also, try not to use uppcase, the line should be like this:.

Register_globals = On.

Peter.

This post has been edited by.

Peterr.

: 26 April 2004, 05:22..

Comment #10

OK~.

When I restart the Apache Server, it was changed!.

Thank YOU~~~..

Comment #11

I'm using Linux platform to use OsCommerce..

When I go to.

Http://localhost/catalog/install.

It shows:.

FATAL ERROR: register_globals is disabled in php.ini, please enable it!.

But I check the php.ini in /etc.

The register_globals=ON is changed.

Why is always show this FATAL ERROR?!.

Help pls~..

Comment #12

Hi,.

What does a 'phpinfo()' tell you about 'register_globals' ? .

Peter..

Comment #13


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