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BACKGROUND: Having upgraded my server I now have full command of the UNIX terminal. Although a good thing, my first attempt to make use of it has failed. The following code was used to access the Matomo application which resides on the same Lunarpages VPS server as the PHP routine that calls it -- albeit from a different domain name. The CODE: <?php ini_set('log_errors', 1); ini_set('error_log', dirname(__FILE__) . DIRECTORY_SEPARATOR . 'error.log'); ini_set('html_errors', 0); ini_set('display_errors', 0); error_reporting(E_ALL); exec('wget --http-user=[...] --http-password=[...] -P /tmp/ -p -k https://.../index.php?module=Widgetize&action=iframe&containerId=GoalsOverview&widget=1&moduleToWidgetize=CoreHome&actionToWidgetize=renderWidgetContainer&idSite=1&period=day&date=yesterday&disableLink=1&widget=1&token_auth=[...]'); ?> When I examine the Response panel in the Network Menu of Firefox, nothing appears. This said PHP does not complain and the Headers panel returns an HTTP Request code of 200. When I run the same wget command in terminal I am able to generate an HTML file, but the contents tells me that the Matomo API responsible for generating the desired widget is not accessible. The error message reads, Any suggestions? Roddy
Hey all! I'm running a script that downloads a file from a site. The client facing url looks something like this http://media.site.com/83jdks9dj?id=1 when I put that url into the web browser it gets resolved to a large url that actually then stream/downloads the media. I'm using wget to download then place the file into a directory on my site. But the issue is that wget needs the resolved url not the url that you see in the code. Is there any way in php to store the resolved url in a var? in theory something like this $src = 'http://media.site.com/83jdks9dj?id=1'; //unresolved url $srcResolved = resolve_url($src); thanks!