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Hello! The free serwer I use tells some functions are disabled for security reasons. How can I retrieve contents of another website, without using fsockopen and fpsockopen?...

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    Default fsockopen - dsiabled for security reasons

    Hello!
    The free serwer I use tells some functions are disabled for security
    reasons. How can I retrieve contents of another website, without using
    fsockopen and fpsockopen?


    Tomasz Nowak Guest

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    Default Re: fsockopen - dsiabled for security reasons

    Tomasz Nowak wrote:
    > Hello!
    > The free serwer I use tells some functions are disabled for security
    > reasons. How can I retrieve contents of another website, without using
    > fsockopen and fpsockopen?
    >
    >
    most general file commands will accept a URL as a file, opening that URL

    for example

    $bla=file("http://www.php.net");

    Martin Meredith Guest

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    Default Re: fsockopen - dsiabled for security reasons

    Martin Meredith <martinsourceguru.net> writes:
    > Tomasz Nowak wrote:
    >
    > > The free serwer I use tells some functions are disabled for security
    > > reasons. How can I retrieve contents of another website, without using
    > > fsockopen and fpsockopen?
    > >
    > most general file commands will accept a URL as a file, opening that URL
    >
    > for example
    >
    > $bla=file("http://www.php.net");
    If this doesn't work then the server's admins have probably turned
    off allow_url_fopen. Since they're concerned enough about security
    to disable certain functions, they might also have disabled the use
    of remote files.

    --
    Michael Fuhr
    [url]http://www.fuhr.org/~mfuhr/[/url]
    Michael Fuhr Guest

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    Default Re: fsockopen - dsiabled for security reasons

    Uzytkownik "Martin Meredith" <martinsourceguru.net> napisal w wiadomosci
    news:boo892$p8f$1wotsit.aston.ac.uk...
    > Tomasz Nowak wrote:
    > most general file commands will accept a URL as a file, opening that URL
    > [...]
    > $bla=file("http://www.php.net");
    Great! Thanks! It does work!


    Tomasz Nowak Guest

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