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Entries Tagged ‘suExec’

Roundcube 0.3-stable on PHPsuExec hosts

I’ve been using Roundcube as my webmail client since the early alpha days and was happy to see the recent release of 0.3-stable. I did have to tweak some PHP configuration items so, for the benefit of other Roundcube users, here’s how to get it up and running on a PHPsuExec enabled host. As outlined […]

PHP suExec and custom php.ini files

Lately, I’ve noticed more and more shared web hosts making the switch to running PHP under suExec. The benefits of this are: PHP scripts run as the owning user No more file system permission juggling Scripts are generally sandboxed to the owner’s home directory Unfortunately, this poses a problem for any custom PHP configuration changes […]