PhpSysInfo not showing mounted filesystems
PhpSysInfo is not showing mounted filesystems. I found the answer here and can confirm that if you comment out 'disable_functions' then it will work. Source: http://sourceforge.net/projects/phpsysinfo/forums/forum/10/topic/4379296
#2 Updated by crxtasy12 over 10 years ago
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Yes you are correct it is in the php.ini file. However, I checked and it seems I was using the old 3.10 version. I uninstalled phpsysinfo and reinstalled it and now it is not working again. I've already checked my php.ini file and it still has the modification I made. Not really sure why it is not working.
#3 Updated by bigfoot65 over 10 years ago
Can you try removing the mod from php.ini and see if the results change? You would need to reboot as well.
I want to know if this change is needed. Its best we modify php.ini only for this app and not for all apps. That is done in the app install. Otherwise it could break other Amahi apps.
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