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About ChrisMartino

  • Birthday 08/02/1995

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  1. Ha! Yes it was exactly as you say. It wasn't actually even that function call that was causing the error. I was calling the query function immediately after the call of that function and there was a error in my MySQL syntax, thus causing the error I was experiencing.
  2. I've tried multiple times but mysql_error doesn't even return any error: mysql_query("SELECT * FROM xhost_accounts WHERE (account_username = '{$Module['MySQL']->Escape($AccountUsername)}' OR account_email = '{$Module['MySQL']->Escape($AccountUsername)}') AND account_password = MD5('{$AccountPassword}')") or die(mysql_error());
  3. Hello there, I'm having a issue where when I run the following statement: $Session = $Module['MySQL']->RowCount("SELECT * FROM xhost_accounts WHERE (account_username = '{$Module['MySQL']->Escape($AccountUsername)}' OR account_email = '{$Module['MySQL']->Escape($AccountUsername)}') AND account_password = MD5('{$AccountPassword}')") == 1 ? true:false; I am proceeded by the following error: Warning: mysql_num_rows() expects parameter 1 to be resource, boolean given in C:\wamp\www\Backend\MySQL-Module.php on line 49 Yet when I do the following statement: echo $Module['MySQL']->RowCount("SELECT * FROM xhost_accounts WHERE (account_username = '{$Module['MySQL']->Escape($AccountUsername)}' OR account_email = '{$Module['MySQL']->Escape($AccountUsername)}') AND account_password = MD5('{$AccountPassword}')") It gives me the output of 2 (That's the correct table row count)? Does anybody have any insight into why this could be happening thanks.
  4. Hello there, I have a issue. My issue is that I parse PHP code executed by people via a command like so !php echo("hello there"); would output "hello there". Here is my command: case ':!php': $message = ""; for($i=4; $i <= (count($this->ex)); $i++) { $message .= $this->ex[$i]." "; } ob_start(); @eval($message); $output = ob_get_contents(); fputs($this->socket,"PRIVMSG #volt :{$output}\r\n"); ob_end_flush(); break; $message contains the code to be executed. But the problem is it won't return more than one line. I really want it to be able to output multiple lights from eval E.G if someone where to output a item that is split up into multiple lines. Does anybody know how to accomplish this?
  5. Hello there, I've come across a issue with using PHP's mail function due to the fact I've tried a assortment of different headers yet Hotmail continues to place my sent emails in the junk folder. Here is my method of emailing my clients: function Email($AccountID, $Subject, $Message) { if($this->IsValidAccount($AccountID)) { $Account = $this->AccountKeys($AccountID); $headers .= 'To: '.$Account['account_client'].' <'.$Account['account_email'].'>' . "\r\n"; $headers .= "From: X-Host <no-reply@X-Host.co.uk>\r\n"; $headers .= "Reply-To: X-Host <no-reply@X-Host.co.uk>\r\n"; $headers .= "Return-Path: no-reply@X-Host.co.uk\r\n"; $headers .= "MIME-Version: 1.0\r\n"; $headers .= "Content-Type: text/html; charset=ISO-8859-1\r\n"; $headers .= "Organization: X-Host\r\n"; echo $Account['account_email']. $Subject. $Message; return mail($Account['account_email'], $Subject, $Message, $headers); } else return InvalidAccount; } So could anybody help me out please and tell me what headers I should be using.
  6. Well i don't have any traffic atm, I just want a server that will have some forums on, And i was making a site were every page is constantly loading a flash loop so :/ and i don't like bandwidth to be metered :-) And as far as memory go's i would like as much as possible
  7. Hey i am wondering if someone can help me i am trying to find a VPS/DEDI with unmetered bandwidth and about 1-2GB ram, My budget is £20 p/m max
  8. well iv looked at all the tutorials on the internet and i get problems with them all can someone help me install libssh2 please?
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