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  1. I found a way to do exactly what I want. Check out the code snippet below... ><?php ini_set('error_reporting', E_ALL | E_STRICT); ini_set('display_errors', 'Off'); ini_set('log_errors', 'On'); ini_set('error_log', '/path/to/errorlog'); ?> That seems to do the trick!
  2. This will be a production site. How can you automatically log all php errors to a file? Setting error_reporting(0) won't report any errors ever, not even to a log file. Now I can write a script to catch php warnings but I can't catch and prevent fatal or complile errors without setting this value on the server instead of my files. Is there any way I can do this?
  3. TCH-Bruce: I'm not talking about script that echos an error, I'm talking about in case of a fatal php error or warning. Yea I tried error_reporting(0) but that turns all error reporting off (obviously) so I'll never know that an error occurred. From the PHP manual it looks like there is a setting called "display_errors" which seems to be what I want. Anyone know how to get this turned off? It's simple on my own servers but for shared hosting I'm not sure how to do it.
  4. Hey everyone, Is there an easy way to disable PHP error text? I don't want to disable error reporting, just the error text. I'm afraid that it might expose script information that I don't want them to have. Thanks!
  5. Yes, but I've been waiting for months! The problem is that my placement on Google is dropping since I have no content on my page. When I used a meta redirect, I jumped back up to the top. From reading some stuff online, I seems that people have conflicting ideas about what Google likes/dislikes. Some people say that it's ok to use meta redirect as long as the wait time isn't zero. Is this true?
  6. Hello everyone, Ever since I've moved my site to Total Choice Hosting, I've had a problem getting Google to reindex my pages as the new site. I used to be hosted on a free server. When you go into Google and type the search term "online pinball", my old website comes up as one of the top search terms (www.thepinballzone.coolfreepages.com/onlinepinball.htm). I am trying to get Google to realize that that page has moved, but I'm not quite sure how to do it. Right now I just have text that says the page has moved. I was using an automatic meta redirect but I heard that was bad in Google's eyes. Unfortunatly since it's a free host I can't use an .htaccess file to create a permanent redirect. Any ideas? Thanks for any help!
  7. Yes, thank you helpbytes, it FINALLY works! Thank you all who helped me out! You guys are awesome.
  8. Nope, it still won't work! I'm getting really sick of this script by now! I still keep getting the same "A message that you sent could not be delivered to one or more of its recipients." error. Edit: The script does however send me the testing email still.
  9. I get an error, as I mentioned above, when I use that pipe address. This just doesn't make any sense.
  10. Well, it kind of works now. I changed the pipe to address to this: >|/usr/bin/php /home/mycpanelsusername/public_html/myfile.php My php code is this: >#!/usr/bin/php -q <?php mail("kevin@****","Working...","It worked!"); return 0; ?> Now I do recieve the working email, but I still get a bounced back error message! Here's the error message: >This message was created automatically by mail delivery software. A message that you sent could not be delivered to one or more of its recipients. This is a permanent error. The following address(es) failed: pipe to |/usr/bin/php /home/mycpanelusername/public_html/myfile.php generated by newsletter@**** The following text was generated during the delivery attempt: ------ pipe to |/usr/bin/php /home/mycpanelusername/public_html/myfile.php generated by newsletter@**** ------ Content-type: text/html X-Powered-By: PHP/4.3.11 Any ideas?
  11. I feel like I've tried everything, and it still doesn't work. I used TCH-David's code, with the -q added, and I get this e-mailed error message: >pipe to |/home/mycpanelusername/public_html/myfile.php generated by newsletter@*** local delivery failed The following text was generated during the delivery attempt: ------ pipe to |/home/mycpanelusername/public_html/myfile.php generated by newsletter@**** ------ Error in argument 1, char 3: option not found Usage: php [-q] [-h] [-s] [-v] [-i] [-f <file>] php <file> [args...] -a Run interactively -C Do not chdir to the script's directory -c <path>|<file> Look for php.ini file in this directory -n No php.ini file will be used -d foo[=bar] Define INI entry foo with value 'bar' -e Generate extended information for debugger/profiler -f <file> Parse <file>. Implies `-q' -h This help -i PHP information -l Syntax check only (lint) -m Show compiled in modules -q Quiet-mode. Suppress HTTP Header output. -s Display colour syntax highlighted source. -v Version number -w Display source with stripped comments and whitespace. -z <file> Load Zend extension <file>. I tried taking out the space and typed #!/usr/bin/php-q and I get the same error as before. The file is set to 755 permissions. Think this might be something I need to take up with the support dept?
  12. Nope, it still won't work for me. I changed the opening statement and made sure it had permissions set to 755, but I still get the same error. Any chance this has to be in a specific directory to work?
  13. I've decided to try and use the e-mail filter in cpanel, but I'm having a bunch of problems with it. Here's what I have so far... The PHP code: >#!/usr/bin/php <? mail("kevin@****","Working...","It worked!"); ?> I also set up the filter destination to |/home/mycpanelusername/public_html/myfile.php Unfortunatly, I keep getting bounced e-mails. Here's an excerpt of an error e-mail I get: >This message was created automatically by mail delivery software. A message that you sent could not be delivered to one or more of its recipients. This is a permanent error. The following address(es) failed: pipe to |/home/mycpanelusername/public_html/myfile.php generated by someone@**** local delivery failed Any ideas what's wrong?
  14. Yea, I'm not in any rush or anything. This is just for my own personal site. If I can't get a solution, I'll probably do that. I just wondered if anyone knew a quick way to do it.
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