[K12OSN] PHP help
toshio at tiki-lounge.com
Mon Jan 23 20:35:49 UTC 2006
On Mon, 2006-01-23 at 14:00 -0600, Doug Simpson wrote:
> Hello all you PHP programmers out there!
> I have a program that I need to be able to run from inside a php script
> that produces a web page.
> The program allows you to set the pins on the parallel port to high or low
> based on commandline.
> lptout 34
> will set datalines 2 and 6 high and leave the rest off.
> I need to be able to accomplish this with php.
> A web form asks for a number between 0 and 255 and passes it to the php
> with a variable name "$bits"
> So, I should be able to use:
> system("lptout $bits" , $retval);
> and it should do the same as running from the commandline:
> lptout (bits) where bits is the number
> The commandline method works, but I can't do it in PHP. Anyone got any
Does the lptout command actually get run by the php script? Maybe the
PATH to lptout isn't correct. Does it need to be executed as a certain
user in order to run? Perhaps you have to use a setuid binary in this
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