[wp-hackers] Running WP with open_basedir restrictions
false.hopes at gmail.com
Tue Sep 13 23:43:07 GMT 2005
Saying that files in parent folders can't be included is incorrect.
The files that can beincluded are only restricted by the folder set in
your configuration, any file or subfolder of that can be included
fine. In the past, WP has worked for me no problems, so perhaps you
should check the configuration options on which directories are
allowed to be opened.
On 9/13/05, Evan Menogue <EMenogue at groupwise.swin.edu.au> wrote:
> Hi all,
> Anyone have any suggestions for running WP on a host with PHP open_basedir restrictions such that files in a parent folder cannot be included with require_once or include?
> I want to avoid hacking WP too much so I don't have to do a major recode each time a new version is released.
> The installer doesn't even work because it includes wp-config.php from the parent directory.
> I'm thinking I might try and move the wp-admin folder contents into the parent folder (the WP "root"), at least for the install, then see what happens...
> Evan Menogue
> Multimedia Developer
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