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Why not just use file_get_contents() (or if even that fails, a library like cURL) - you will never be able to include files in the normal sense from remote servers.

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Why not just use file_get_contents() (or if even that fails, a library like cURL) - you will never be able to include files in the normal sense from remote servers.
its for a personal program that runs php from a text file on a different website.. sounds stupid, but will file_get_contents work the same way as include?
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You can cURL the text file, then eval() it. Note that this is horrible, security-wise, and I'm sure there is a better way to accomplish what you want to do.http://www.php.net/manual/en/book.curl.php

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You can cURL the text file, then eval() it. Note that this is horrible, security-wise, and I'm sure there is a better way to accomplish what you want to do.http://www.php.net/manual/en/book.curl.php
I realize there is security issues, but that is ok for this specific program...I have one more question, do you have to install the cURL library on most web hosts like godaddy? or do they normally come equipped?
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I realize there is security issues, but that is ok for this specific program...I have one more question, do you have to install the cURL library on most web hosts like godaddy? or do they normally come equipped?
Create a new php file, and in it, place:
<?php phpinfo() ?>

Then execute that file. You should see your PHP version, and all enabled extensions, with their settings and everything. If an extension is not there, it needs to be installed and/or enabled by the host.

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