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Hi all

We have the mod_vhost_alias module installed on our FreeBSD box.  This has
screwed up the $_SERVER['DOCUMENT_ROOT'] variable for php as it's set to
/home in httpd.conf.

This is the most contrary thing I've every seen as (probably) 99% of scripts
out there will rely on this to some extent.  Does anyone know if there is a
work round for this?  We don't want to turn the module off.  The
server_path_translated variable is no good without modifying the code to
strip of the actual script file on the end.



Re: mod_vhost_alias

Andy Jacobs wrote:
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A workaround may be to auto-include (php.ini: auto_prepend_file) a file
which sets $_SERVER['DOCUMENT_ROOT'].

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