PHP Ping Script tutorial

Updated September 11, 2018 14:23:13 This tutorial will show you how to download the php ping scripts from github and install them on your system.

First, download the latest version of the php script from github: You will find it in the root of the github repository.

After downloading the script, install it with the command: sudo su – php script install The command will ask you if you want to run the script manually or if you prefer to use the script as a script.

You can do either option, as long as you do it properly.

The command to install the script will be sudo su php script update You can now download and install the php scripts from the repository.

First download the script from the github site: https:/​/​​phptools/​php-script-installer/archive/

Extract the downloaded file and run the downloader to get the latest zip file: wget wget -O phpscripts.exe /var/www/html/ Unpack the downloaded php script to your c:\Users\username\AppData\Local\Phpscript folder and copy the files into the same folder.

Open the php.ini file in Notepad and find the following lines: [PHP_PATH]/scripts/php scripts.exe = C:\Users\\username\Documents\php scripts path = C:/Users\\user\AppData/local/phphp/scripts [PHPDISPLAY]/playback = false [PHPHPSHOST]/phphpserver = host = port = 80 The php script will automatically install itself and run.

You now need to enable the php scripting service on your web server and add it to the local system configuration file: sudo service php start sudo service phpscript start Next, enable PHP_PATH and PHP_SESSION on your local web server.

Go to the php-scripting.conf file and uncomment the line that says: /scripts /sessions [PHPSESSION]/php / phpscripts/ phpscript_installer.ini You will now be able to run php scripts using php scripts.

In case you are not sure where to start, check out this tutorial for an overview of php scripts on GitHub.

To install the PHP script on your own web server, add the script to the system configuration: sudo /etc/systemd/system/php.service start sudo /usr/local /etc /etc\systemd\system/php.service /etc/$(basename $PHPSESSID)/phpsyplugin/php Scripts should now run on the webserver and you can install them by running php script.service .

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