[geeklog-users] Trying to solve a problem...any ideas?

Tony Bibbs tony at tonybibbs.com
Thu May 27 11:28:35 EDT 2004

I'd be surprised if allowing the override of register_globals can be  
honored in .htaccess as this typically results in security relate 
behavior that server admins want to control tightly.  Is it possible 
that the .htaccess value is reported but not honored (i.e. is this a 
bug/feature of PHP?).  This will need to be looked into.  Can you create 
a bug for this (even though I'm not convinced it is yet) and attached 
your php.ini and .htaccess to it? You can do so at 


Stephen Adams wrote:

> On May 27, 2004, at 07:52, Tony Bibbs wrote:
>> Maybe this was checked before in this thread and I missed it but it 
>> sounds like register_globals in php.ini is turned off.  It must be on.
>> --Tony
> It's turned on in .htaccess - I got the warning
> about register globals when I first ran the install
> script.  I made the entry in .htaccess and then the
> install script no longer complained...
> Is there a problem with doing it this way?
>  -Stephen
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