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post Jul 17 2008, 07:38 AM
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PHP doesn't require a path. When you name your scripts .php, the server will automatically parse it if your package includes PHP.

Remember PHP is only available for the Unix platform.
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post Aug 5 2009, 01:00 PM
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QUOTE (hostingMod-NS @ Jul 17 2008, 08:56 AM) *
PHP doesn't require a path. When you name your scripts .php, the server will automatically parse it if your package includes PHP.

Remember PHP is only available for the Unix platform.


But I need to run a php script as a cron job. What path should I use for php?
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post Mar 12 2010, 04:52 AM
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$filepath = $_SERVER['DOCUMENT_ROOT'].substr(dirname($_SERVER['SCRIPT_FILENAME']), strlen($_SERVER['DOCUMENT_ROOT']))."/";
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RHirl
post Dec 1 2013, 10:42 AM
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QUOTE (hostingMod-NS @ Jul 17 2008, 08:38 AM) *
PHP doesn't require a path. When you name your scripts .php, the server will automatically parse it if your package includes PHP.

Remember PHP is only available for the Unix platform.


Where do we look to see what platform we're on?
How do I know if my package includes PHP?
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JerryPeck
post Jun 12 2014, 09:04 PM
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I need the following information:

Welcome to Installation
With this option, it is possible to install phpBB3 onto your server.

In order to proceed, you will need your database settings. If you do not know your database settings, please contact your host and ask for them. You will not be able to continue without them. You need:

The Database Type - the database you will be using.
The Database server hostname or DSN - the address of the database server.
The Database server port - the port of the database server (most of the time this is not needed).
The Database name - the name of the database on the server.
The Database username and Database password - the login data to access the database.

Where do I find that information?
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