Not sure, i'll have a look at it.
As i'm not my own host, i was looking for a script to upload.
Going to have a look at this now, thank you.
Having no experience with RSS nor XML, should this example work?
And if so,where is the package i just had installed ?
Hope i 'just' have to upload that RSS.php in a subfolder called XML on the webspace?
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Must have done something wrong...
0. Installed: # yum install php-pear-XML-RSS
1. Uploaded /usr/share/pear/* to sea.hostingsociety.com/data/pear/*
2. Edited require_once's to match remote path "./data/pear/" and "./data/pear/XML/"
3. copy pasted the example code and done the required changes.
4. I just get 'the same' error message:
Warning: require_once(./data/pear/PEAR.php): failed to open stream: No such file or directory in /var/www/e-rat/html/data/pear/XML/Parser.php on line 55
Fatal error: require_once(): Failed opening required './data/pear/PEAR.php' (include_path='.:/php/includes:/var/www/cmss') in /var/www/e-rat/html/data/pear/XML/Parser.php on line 55
Going to remove the changed require_one's and check if thats better.. dont think so but anyway...
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Bleh, dont think they let me install pear/xml on the hosting webspace.
Had a try with $curl but that one's disabled for security reasons
I let this be for a while, would have been cool to find something thats easy to apply.