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  1. hello dear php-freaks at the moment i am installing and investigating. i have several notebooks here. i install linux and besides these tasks - i test several notebooks. i need to test harddrives. question: how to run smartmonttools on opensuse i found out that this package is one of the best ones http://www.smartmontools.org/ is the package allready installed on opensuse 13.2? i need to run it to check the healthy of the hdd btw: is smart - allready included in the gparted-Live-DvD
  2. Hello everybody, I'm using OpenSUSE 13.1 and PHP 5.4.20, which was installed from OpenSUSE's official repository. The problem is that I have no /etc/php.ini, although I have a php.ini in 3 other locations: # find /etc -name php.ini /etc/php5/fastcgi/php.ini /etc/php5/cli/php.ini /etc/php5/apache2/php.ini The page phpinfo.php loads correctly in localhost and it points that php.ini location is /etc/php5/apache2/php.ini . Is this normal or is it mandatory to have a /etc/php.ini file? Do I must copy one of the others php.ini to the /etc directory? If yes, which one of them?
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