YAHOO Errors this morning..?

  Nibblerman 09:59 03 Jul 07

Having multiple email addresses i was checking on any new emails ive got & i have kept getting this message:

ini_set('display_errors', 0);
$data = yahoo_reg_login_setup();

if ( $data === FALSE )
else if ( ! isset( $data['DISPLAY_FORM'] ) )
error_log( "yahoo_reg_login_setup didn't set the DISPLAY_FORM field" );
header( "Location: click here");

$tstname = @$data['.testname'];
$src = @$data['.src'];
$partner = @$data['.partner'];
$intl = @$data['.intl'];

// This is a hack put in place so that persistancy files are
// picked from the regular html directory.
// yinst packaging didn't allow for the multiple links to be created
// with one single command.
if($tstname == "tst_pst") {
$tstname = "";

// Adding support for pkg using PHP
if((@$data['pkg'] != null) && (@$data['pkg'] != "" ))
$data['.abs_path'] = "/home/y/share/htdocs/idaho/php/${intl}_shrkwp";

// Adding support for .partner via PHP
// If both .src and .partner are present, and .src=ym, then .src takes
// precedence, else .partner takes precedence. - Aanchal, Bug #368481
// Please note that if in future, a more complicated pprecednce has to
// be added, the priorityMap array from and
// should be used.
// Disabling the src=ym precedence over the partner user as ym is not
// converted in intls like ca and cf and users end up seeing the older
// login_verify page for ym. It is better if we show them the partner
// branding. - bug # 652617
//else if(($src != null) && ($src != "") && ($src == "ym"))

anyone had the same & can anyone tell me what it is please..??
its just text instead of directing me to the yahoo login page...??

  algernonymous 10:04 03 Jul 07

Yep. Same here.
But no idea what it is...

  algernonymous 10:47 03 Jul 07

Mine's working now.

  Nibblerman 11:08 03 Jul 07

Thankx ive just bought SpySweeper & it found some nasties on my pc so i wasnt sure this was the problem or if it was yahoo...?

mine's ok as well,

  benjiboots 11:10 03 Jul 07

It's a load of PHP script. PHP standing for Pretext Hyper Processor which is quite a mouthful, but it's a server side script that delivers web pages to your browser. The lines at the bottom that are prefixed // are script comments and if you read them it looks like there's a few bugs in their system.

Needless to say that when you received that script, something wasn't working right because it delivered the script instead of processing the script and delivering a properly marked up web page.

  benjiboots 13:37 03 Jul 07

Oops! Contrary to my previous post PHP actually stands for Hypertext Preprocessor - but not sure where the first P comes in - so I prefer Pretext Hyper Processor because that actually sums it up better! Doesn't explain the Yahoo problem though!!

  Nibblerman 13:49 03 Jul 07

Thankx for explaining that.

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