martes, 20 de diciembre de 2016

Obtener información de php desde la línea de comando

Desde la línea de comandos del sistema podemos obtener la información del PHP de la siguiente manera:

php -i "(command-line 'phpinfo()')"

jueves, 17 de noviembre de 2016

.htaccess flags

.htaccess flags 

  • C (chained with next rule)
  • CO=cookie (set specified cookie)
  • E=var:value (set environment variable var to value)
  • F (forbidden - sends a 403 header to the user)
  • G (gone - no longer exists)
  • H=handler (set handler)
  • L (last - stop processing rules) Last rule: instructs the server to stop rewriting after the preceding directive is processed.
  • N (next - continue processing rules)
  • NC (case insensitive)
  • NE (do not escape special URL characters in output)
  • NS (ignore this rule if the request is a subrequest)
  • P (proxy - i.e., apache should grab the remote content specified in the substitution section and return it)
  • PT (pass through - use when processing URLs with additional handlers, e.g., mod_alias)
  • R (temporary redirect to new URL) R=301 (permanent redirect to new URL)
  • QSA (append query string from request to substituted URL)
  • S=x (skip next x rules)
  • T=mime-type (force specified mime type)