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Change
imagepng($im,'',9,PNG_ALL_FILTER);

to
imagepng($im);


This serverspecs file is PHP 5.1.3+ compatible, by changing the code will be PHP4 compatible as well.

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That did the trick, thanks Nano ! Very Happy

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hmm, that was a bit foolish of me, especially since I was the one that originally provided the PHP5 fix for the signature Embarassed

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Nice indeed!

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If you use the existing serverspecs.php file on a server using PHP 5.3, it may not work - amended code below:

<?php
# DragonflyCMS versions 9.1.x and above
if (isset($_GET['viewsource'])) {
    highlight_file(__FILE__);
    exit;
}
define('XMLFEED', 1);
include_once('includes/cmsinit.inc');
$sql = $db->get_details();
$apache = substr($_SERVER['SERVER_SOFTWARE'],0,6) == 'Apache' ? substr($_SERVER['SERVER_SOFTWARE'], 7, 6) : '-';

$im = imagecreate(400, 20); # Create image
# Change the RGB values and comment out line 15 to change background color
$background_color = imagecolorallocate($im, 192, 192, 192);
imagecolortransparent($im, $background_color);
# Change the RGB values to change text color
$color = imagecolorallocate ($im, 51, 51, 153);
imagestring($im, 2, 1, 3, PHP_OS.' / '.$apache.' / '.DB_TYPE.' '.$sql['server'].' / '.PHP_VERSION.' / '.CPG_NUKE, $color);

header('Pragma: public');
header('Pragma: no-cache');
header('Content-type: image/png');
#imagepng($im,'',9,PNG_ALL_FILTER);
imagepng($im,NULL,9);
imagedestroy ($im);


As before, add the file to your site, edit the Your Profile OS/Apache/MySQL/PHP/DragonflyCMS section, as follows,[img]http://yoursite.com/serverspecs.php[/img]and your server specs will be displayed here, provided your host supports the various bits of info (especially Apache).

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