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  1. Hello, There is one php file, the logic is when this code is executing it is getting some data and place in DB, The problem is that when this file I executing from browser, it is working, but when I execute this file from linux shell (as apache user, or root user) like "/usr/bin/php script.php", It is not working, but without any errors. Please advise what I am missing. P.S. Centos8, apache, php 7.4.9
  2. The server is AWS linux apache running PHP, with me the sole developer as owner ec2-user. Objective: To upload files from the app user's browser (handled) to a temporary directory (/test_sub below) within the /html tree, then for security purposes, to have PHP move this file to outside the /html tree (/private_sub below) where it will remain unable to be read, written to or deleted except when the app requires PHP to do this. The app needs PHP to make any directory permission changes via chmod, and perhaps owner changes and group changes (preferably not the last two). Here is the dire
  3. Hi all, I've done something similar with my wp-content folder where I protect the files from being downloaded if you are not logged in and everything works just fine. With the following code I am trying to say: #if the user doesen't have the cookie "wordpress_login_in" # and the url is wp-json ... # redirect to google RewriteCond %{HTTP_COOKIE} !.*wordpress_logged_in.*$ [NC] RewriteCond %{REQUEST_URI} ^.*wp-json/wp/v2/(users|comments|posts|pages|media|types|statuses|taxonomies|categories|tags|settings) [NC] RewriteRule ^ http://www.google.com [NC,L] Can anybod
  4. how can I rewrite localhost/base/stage/Major.php to main-shop my htaccess file is located in folder base together with the index file and has this in it RewriteRule ^my-shop/?$ /stage/Major.php [R=301,L]
  5. Ever have one of those problems that makes no sense? Yep that's me for the past 2 days... I've had apache/php stack set up on my osx machine for at least 6 years with little to no problems. I had all of my v-hosts for local sites under /etc/apache2/other (they were included via httpd.conf) All of a sudden my local sites stopped working and after tracking down the problem by using: >sudo apachectl -t I found out that my v-hosts where no longer there... heck the whole directory /etc/apache2/other was missing. Now I'm quite sure I did not touch this...the question remain
  6. Say below is my normal html href link. How would you turn this into a pretty URL using .htaccess? Also if I understand it correctly, this link will also have to be changed to match the pretty url. What would the new link look like? <a href="shop.php?type=45&name=belts">Belts</a>
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