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accepted Wrong version of PHP is used when called from a script
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comment Wrong version of PHP is used when called from a script
@kmit This website is an internal tool. The html code does some scrubbing and the data is checked against a list of valid skus so I am not too worried. Thanks!
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comment Wrong version of PHP is used when called from a script
@womble I used find and was able to locate more than ten php binaries. What a mess. The engineer responsible for this mess has long since changed careers.
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comment Wrong version of PHP is used when called from a script
I changed the exec('php'... code to exec('php5'...) and it seems to have worked. Any downsides to this change?
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comment Wrong version of PHP is used when called from a script
The root account has been disabled but I can run sudo bash which seems to be good enough so far.
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comment Wrong version of PHP is used when called from a script
My job is really to keep the thing alive until I can migrate a copy to a new environment. I plan on hiring someone to help.
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comment Wrong version of PHP is used when called from a script
I am beginning to think that this has to do with the account that Apache is running under vs. the account I use for testing
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comment Wrong version of PHP is used when called from a script
My question has been updated. Thanks.
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