; <?php die('Forbidden'); ?> ; Do not remove the above line, it prevents this file from being downloaded. ; ; config.php file for PHP Shell 2.1 ; Copyright (C) 2005 Martin Geisler <email@example.com> ; Licensed under the GNU GPL. See the file COPYING for details. ; This ini-file has three parts: ; ; * [users] where you add usernames and passwords to give users access to PHP ; Shell. ; ; * [aliases] where you can configure shell aliases. ; ; * [settings] where general settings are placed. [users] ; The default configuration has no users defined, you have to add your own ; (choose good passwords!). Add uses as simple 'username = "password"' lines. ; Please quote your password using double-quotes as shown. The semi-colon ':' ; is a reserved character, so do *not* use that in your passwords. ; ; For improved security it is *strongly suggested* that you the pwhash.php ; script to generate a hashed password and store that instead of the normal ; clear text password. Keeping your passwords in hashed form ensures that ; they cannot be found, even if this file is disclosed. The passwords are ; still visible in clear text during the login, though. Please follow the ; instructions given in pwhash.php. [aliases] ; Alias expansion. Change the two examples as needed and add your own ; favorites --- feel free to suggest more defaults! The command line you ; enter will only be expanded on the very first token and only once, so having ; 'ls' expand into 'ls -CvhF' does not cause an infinite recursion. ls = "ls -CvhF" ll = "ls -lvhF" [settings] ; General settings for PHP Shell. ; Home directory. PHP Shell will change to this directory upon startup and ; whenever a bare 'cd' command is given. This can be an absolute path or a ; path relative to the PHP Shell installation directory. home-directory = "."