Have a question about this project? I also tried them with forward slashes, didn't work either. I even tried using the http path reference. How to find files in a directory, using regular expressions case-sensitive or not In reponse to Tozeiler. It can be quite usefull when searching in alot of files in alot subdirectories. I let apache do the work. This is not a problem for the accessible dir's subdirs, though. Here is what I found out using phpinfo : At all-inkl you could choose to use php as a apache-module or as cgi for ex.
Attention: Don't check the data with substr though, it's not a secure solution. I went to the Sharing tab and clicked the Perissions button for the F Drive Share. Reproduce code: --------------- Expected result: ---------------- Shouldn't error. All directory functions are probably affected. Under linux, you can also read root folders etc. Typically, permission to this file is explicitly denied as a security measure. Fair enough if this was just a try.
No workarounds has been found so far suggestions appreciated. I looked at Lasse Dalegaard's example and used the following solution. Till Thanks, that actually makes sense To be honest, I wasn't quite aware of your suggested option of creating aliases for a website. I am only using it for local development, so I'm not sure how this affects security. What do I need to change to get rid of the error? I guess the purpose of such forum is exchange of experience. This is where I get lost. I too am having trouble with this and unfortunately the solution of editing physical path credentials breaks the pass through authentication to the database, ldap, and other things.
The files and folders have to be owned by the user of the website that runs the script, not the group. Thats right, but not limited to ispconfig. I have ran into two problems I absolutely have no clue on how to fix them. Presumably you'll see that Apache is set up to run as the Local System Account. In light of that process, I chose to just run it under my own account instead. The first one is recursive calls itself while going through subdirectories : The second one is iterative uses less memory : The iterative version should be a little faster most of the time, but the big difference is in the memory usage. .
I received a Warning message telling that the result was to large!!! I am using owncloud with allinkl. Is there something that I need to install that makes that functional? This all worked on 5. I was trying to print the files numerically in a directory. Returns a list of all the files in the directory and any subdirectories. Windows support case sensitive filesystems in any modern versions 2. I also went to the Security tab and set Everyone to full control.
Where the execute access can be given to the group or to even others without breaking security good practices. The group exists only for the apache server to get read access to server images and plain html files without scripts. Find the Service labeled Apache, right-click, and hit Properties. Enough tweaking and you can use it on Windows, though I can't say how since I don't have a Windows server to try it on This function sorts files by name as strings, but without regard to case. Fix You need to give the Internet Guest Account a. If you want to guarantee you app will work with no messing around on the host system, use the system command. I don't know how to solve this problem.
To work around this limitation while keeping the realpath cache working nicely is not that easy. However you are logged into the Windows box, your Apache service must be running under an account which has access to the share. Feel free to modify my code. Or should i test it in another way? But after a closer look at it, this looks like a step in the right direction! I tried lots of different formats against my better judgement but none worked. All you have to do is read the filenames into an array, sort the array and then do what you want with the filenames. First, you have to change the user the Apache service runs as.
I also confess that it appears to be Microsoft's fault. Here is also a profiling function works in php5 only : ----------------------- Test run for '. Hopefully this helps someone else. Directory is in the root of system disk, directories inside wwwroot are not affected. Now you can restart your Apache service. I believe that it will be useful! Maybe cause i'm using an Apache-Server on Windows 2003 Server.