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Launching a php script file [message #160300] Sun, 16 August 2009 20:09 Go to previous message
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If I have a php file in the scripts directory of FUDforum, and it contains the right php binary executable path (or whatever), then the script will be executed, right? Nothing else I have to do to get it to run?

You guys provide a generic version of the script at the top of the maillist.php file. It is this:

#!/usr/local/php/bin/php -q

My hosting company said that ours is this:

#!/hsphere/shared/php5/bin/php -q

I have this placed at the top of maillist.php and also popfud.php. My question is, will these scripts be automatically started, and how does the computer know which script to access first? I'm just wondering if there is not something else I should do to get them to execute. Because, as far as I can tell, the files aren't doing anything.

Thanks and regards.
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