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Message from my server.. somebody please explain what does it meant

edited October 2006 in Vanilla 1.0 Help
By default, any script ending in .php, .php3, .php4, .phtml or .inc will be considered as a PHP script. We are running PHP version 4.3.x (always the latest version) with safe mode on and register_globals off. Safe mode means that you can only read or write files that are owned by you, amongst other things (note that if you need to upload? files these files will be created by, and owned by, the nobody user). You should use PHP's own mail functions rather than trying to call sendmail directly. Register_globals off means that you cannot rely on any CGI parameters automatically creating variables; you have to explicitly access $_GET or $_POST. Both of these features, while occasionally awkward, are vital security measures on a shared server. For a full rundown of the PHP configuration on our servers, go to (where xx is the number of the server you've been allocated).


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