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phpSysInfo 2.5.2-rc1 - http://phpsysinfo.sourceforge.net/
Copyright (c), 1999-2002, Uriah Welcome (email@example.com)
Copyright (c), 1999-2001, Matthew Snelham (firstname.lastname@example.org)
CURRENT TESTED PLATFORMS
- Linux 2.2+
- FreeBSD 4.x
- OpenBSD 2.8+
- PHP 4.x and 5.x
If your platform is not here try checking out the mailing list archives or
the message boards on SourceForge.
INSTALLATION AND CONFIGURATION
Just decompress and untar the source (which you should have done by now,
if you're reading this...), into your webserver's document root.
There is a configuration file called config.php.new. If this a brand
new installation, you should copy this file to config.php and edit it.
- make sure your 'php.ini' file's include_path entry contains "."
- make sure your 'php.ini' has safe_mode set to 'off'.
Please keep in the mind that because phpSysInfo requires access to many
files in /proc and other system binary you **MUST DISABLE** php's
safe_mode. Please see the PHP documentation for information on how you
can do this.
If you use the apc pecl extension with apc.optimization="1" then phpSysInfo might
break in the XPath.class. Turn this option off, and it will work with apc.
That's it. Restart your webserver (if you changed php.ini), and viola!
- phpSysInfo is not full compatible with SELinux Systems
- small bug under FreeBSD with memory reporting
- XML will not work properly/validate under anything except Linux and
Net/FreeBSD The "This is Under Development" warning gets printed and
isn't valid in XML.
PLATFORM SPECIFIC ISSUES
There is currently a bug in FreeBSD that if you boot your system up and
drop to single user mode and then again back to multiuser the system
removes /var/run/dmesg.boot. This will cause phpsysinfo to fail. A bug
has already been reported to the FreeBSD team. (PS, this may exist in
other *BSDs also)
- Windows with IIS
On Windows systems we get our informations through the WMI interface. If you
run phpsysinfo with the IIS webserver, phpsysinfo can't connect to the WMI
interface for security reasons. At this point you MUST set an authentication
mechanism for the directory in the IIS admin interface. Then you will be asked
for an user and a password when opening the page. At this point it is necassary
to log in with an user that will be able to connect to the WMI interface.
If you use the wrong user and/or password you might get an "ACCESS DENIED ERROR".
WHAT TO DO IF IT DOESN'T WORK
First make sure you've read this file completely, especially the
"INSTALLATION AND CONFIGURATION" section. If it still doesn't work then
Submit a bug on SourceForge. (preferred)
If you have an great ideas or wanna help out, just drop by the project
page at SourceForge (http://sourceforge.net/projects/phpsysinfo/)
The "Unauthorized reading files on phpSysInfo" reported by
Albert Puigsech Galicia <email@example.com> and Wolter Kamphuis
<firstname.lastname@example.org> is fixed in version 2.2.
This program and all associated files are released under the GNU Public
License, see COPYING for details.
$Id: README 21209 2006-04-06 13:38:25Z ralfbecker $
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