Thank you Kae.
A wee tweek of the permissions -> chmod o+rw /dev/ttyS0 - which is the
port heyu works with solved my last problem.
Kae Verens wrote:
> Pangurban wrote:
>>> Turning off selinux has had an effect.
>>>> whoami - produces "apache" when test.php is called from the browser
>> heyu info - produces an empty array and a return value of 1
>>>> While from the command line - php /var/www/html/test.php
>>>> whoami - produces "apache"
>> heyu info - produces a populated array (the print that it produces when
>> called from the command line) and a return value of 0
>>>>>> what about logs?
>> call your script, then do
> ls -tr /var/logs
> to find out what logs were affected by it, and tail the affected ones.
> there may be a clue there.
Brian -- In Ireland
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