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  • #16
    Originally posted by NF Admin
    See ?
    What did I tell you.
    Is there any way; a link or something where I can check the myslq.ini myself before I ask the server? I have checked the php.ini myself. My server I think is getting sick of me and this way I can tell for sure before I proceed to make a suggestion to him as he has told me everything is good.

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    • #17
      If you're on a Linux server you can try running this at the shell:

      less /etc/my.ini
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      • #18
        Originally posted by Steve Machol
        If you're on a Linux server you can try running this at the shell:

        less /etc/my.ini
        I think it is apache they are running. If I could look and see for myself before contacting them again it would be great so at least I have some evidence so they don't think I am an idiot.(they already do I think)

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        • #19
          Apache is a web server application that runs on different operating systems. Linux is an operating system.
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          • #20
            Originally posted by Steve Machol
            If you're on a Linux server you can try running this at the shell:

            less /etc/my.ini
            Ok so can you tell me how to do it then. I am kind of a dummy when it comes to that stuff.

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            • #21
              Login to your shell with either telnet or ssh and run the command I posted above from the command line.
              Steve Machol, former vBulletin Customer Support Manager (and NOT retired!)
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              • #22
                Originally posted by Steve Machol
                Login to your shell with either telnet or ssh and run the command I posted above from the command line.
                do I need a special program to telenet it or can I do everything from my computer?

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                • #23
                  A basic Telnet client is included with windows.
                  Just open a commandprompt and enter "telnet <hostname>.

                  If you want or have to use SSH you might want to try Putty - a very small, but very goos Telnet/SSH/Whatsoever client.
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                  • #24
                    Originally posted by Steve Machol
                    Login to your shell with either telnet or ssh and run the command I posted above from the command line.
                    Steve I can't figure this out....I have tried to use the telent but it is not working.(mabey I am just stupid) If I give you the information could you just go look for me?
                    Thanks

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