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Old 2nd July 2009
wolf3d wolf3d is offline
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Exclamation openBSD4.4 + Chrooted apache1.3 + php5 + sessions

Hi! I want to know where i can find some tips or tutorial... how to setup php5 on
openBSD4.4 with chrooted apache1.3 and working sessions...

I have already installed openBSD4.4 and by default apache1.3 goes chrooted
I installed php5-core from openBSD package site, but cant understand how to setup sessions... I think its connected with user access permissions.
gdlib and manipulations with files work just fine, but i need sessions too, because dont want to use cookies :|
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Old 2nd July 2009
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This is not an OpenBSD specific question, "session" are a functionality offered by PHP.. and are in no way connected with the native OS's user separation/permissions or authentication.

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