Control PHP settings with custom php.ini

All accounts on our Linux servers now have the ability to fully control your php settings through the use of a custom php.ini file.

Additionally, unlike most setups, our servers are configured so that changes to just 1 custom php.ini file effect not only the root directory, but all subdirectories within it (normally a custom php.ini files needs to reside in every subdirectoy).

Links:
More information on the php.ini file (and on PHP) can be found at:
www.washington.edu/computing/web/publishing/php-ini.html and also at www.php.net

Linux account users wishing to take advantage of this feature, may download the required files here

We strongly suggest only "advanced" php coders use this feature.
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