I know there's like a millon threads and questions on the internet on
this, and I've read (most of) them.
I'm trying to run lighttpd chrooted, with PHP.
I get the dreaded "No input file specified." error over and over.
Here's the relevant parts of my php.ini:
doc_root = "/sites/main-site/"
cgi.force_redirect = 1
Here's the relevant parts of lighttpd.conf:
(mod_fastcgi is enabled, of course)
server.document-root = "sites/main-site/"
fastcgi.server = ( ".php" =>
( "localhost" =>
"socket" => "/tmp/php-fastcgi.socket",
I've also tried with
"broken-scriptfilename" => "enable"
and the same problem persisted.
The PHP file I'm trying to visit exists, and if i try to open
/some-other-file.php, I get a standard 404 error, hence, lighttpd is
finding the file.
I've copied all the dependencies for php-fastcgi inside the chroot.
The following works fine:
chroot -u _lighttpd /var/www /usr/local/bin/php-fastcgi
Hence, php-fastcgi is working properly.
Any hints? I've found that no solution online helped, and I was
wondering if anybody is actually running lighttpd+php+chroot on openbsd
and can give me any hints, or maybe a sample of their configs.
Hugo Osvaldo Barrera