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  1. Hi Guys, I've got xampp running on my machine with wordpress, and had 2 security related questions: A) I was constantly running into issues with wordpress and trying to find includes. I'm building a plugin, so on the plugin's main file, I just added a 'set_include_path' function equal to the root directory of my website. Then, the require_once, and include functions that are also on that page seem to have stopped having issues. Are there any security issues with using the set_include_path, and setting it to say 'C:/htdocs/home'? B) I used Xampp to install apache, mysql, and php. Until recently, I had no idea what PEAR was. I'm curious though...is PEAR installed by default with PHP or Xampp? Thanks for any help guys
  2. I can not find why my pear directory is failing. DB.php which is in the pear directory does not open. I have pasted code to show the path of the server to the secondary website(see the red below for the code and the output). The path that I can see is: /home1/nuclearp/public_html/libs/pear/DB.php Thanks to anyone who can see why I am getting my error. This is the index.php //this script reads the path and is listed in the output below: <?php $path = getcwd(); echo "This Is Your Absolute Path: "; echo $path; ?> <?php require_once("includes/ru_config.php"); require_once("includes/ru_connection.php"); require_once("includes/ru_data.php"); require_once("includes/ru_utils.php"); require_once("libs/ru_multi_smarty.php"); $smarty->display("index.tpl"); ?>This is ru_config.php <?php //require_once(dirname(__FILE__) . 'ru_4pear.php'); ini_set("include_path", ini_get("include_path") . ":/home1/nuclearp/public_html/libs/pear/"); require_once('DB.php'); This is the output from www.atc-roofing.com (the index.php result)
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