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Problem with Open_basedir restriction

Thread began 1/04/2010 11:06 am by jonathan.meilleur385477 | Last modified 1/14/2010 7:02 pm by jonathan.meilleur385477 | 1566 views | 6 replies

Eric Mittman

You will need to discuss this with your hosting provider because you will not be able to use any other folder for the includes. If they will not allow safe mode to be turned off then they might have some info for you on how you can make use of the directory that is in the openbase dir setting. If your host does not allow for include files to be used in php scripts I would suggest looking for another host.

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