adam beecher's [adam at iewebs.com] 25 lines of wisdom included:
> > I'm at a loss as to see how the operating system does this, and not
> > some part of software on the server side. I presume he means by
> > "It's RedHat 7's fault", that RedHat 7 ships with software that
> > displays this odd functionality?
> Yip, apparently it's the result of a patch applied by Red Hat to the PHP
> RPM. Here's the bug report (which is pretty old for a "NEW" bug):
>>http://bugzilla.redhat.com/bugzilla/show_bug.cgi?id=27623>> PHP 4.0.5 is out, but the Red Hat RPM is still on RawHide, and it's linked
> to other RawHide RPM's. I could of course compile my own PHP or use the
> Rawhide RPM's, but I'm trying to keep this installation as clean as
>> Looks like I'll just have to hack the PHP and wait until the new RPM is
> released officially. :(
Well RedHat shipping dodgy software again :)
Yeh, if you want to keep the install clean, that's probably the best
thing to do.
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