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How to stop hide php command
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How to stop hide php command
I have installed sentora for windows successfully from installer, everything works perfectly expect one thing that is annoying is that a php command executing in command prompt every few minutes, how to hide this script in to run in front ?
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RE: How to stop hide php command
That's just the daemon running every 5 minutes. I think if you right click on it you can set it to run in the background. I'm not 100% sure since I haven't used the Windows version in several years.
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Some problem. How i can hide or disable?
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(06-17-2017, 10:37 PM)TGates Wrote: That's just the daemon running every 5 minutes. I think if you right click on it you can set it to run in the background. I'm not 100% sure since I haven't used the Windows version in several years.

On windows command window there is no such option
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Same problem here ;(
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If you run the daemon under another user you will no more see it.

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RE: How to stop hide php command
i am working on windows XP . i can successfully run a system() command through my browser by calling a TCL script that automates a ssh session. I also return a value from the script. however my problem is that the script dumps the entire ssh session in the browser.

my php script looks like :

$lastline=system('"C:\tcl\bin\tclsh.exe" \path to file\filename.tcl '.$username.' '.$pass,$val);

filename.tcl:

spawn plink -ssh $user@$host
expect "assword:"
send "$pass\r"
expect "\prompt:/->"
set $return_value [string compare /..string../ $expect_out(buffer)]
/...some code...this runs fine/
exit $return_value

everything runs fine and i get $return_value back correctly but the php file prints the result of the execution of the entire ssh session in my browser which looks like:

Using username "admin". admin@10.135.25.150's password: === /*some text*/ === \prompt:/->.../some text/

i want to prevent the system() function from printing this in my browser
i have used the shell_exec() function but it returns the entire ssh session result (which i have parsed in the tcl script and got a precise value to return to the php script) is there a way i can do this without using shell_exec() but using system() instead

thanks in advance
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