1. What online time servers may you suggest to use?
We suggest that you add pool.ntp.org to your project settings and this is a default. We highly recommend that you specify two or more time servers for reliability if you use this option. At least one time server must be available when your protected script is run. You may find a list of public time servers here: http://support.ntp.org/bin/view/Servers/WebHome
2. Got '....parse error, expecting `T_OLD_FUNCTION' or `T_FUNCTION' or `T_VAR' or `'}''  - PHP 4.3 compiler error...'
It seems your code is not compatible with PHP 4. Please turn off encoding for PHP 4 by deselecting the PHP 4 checkbox in your project settings. If you do not need to encode for PHP 4 but encoding for PHP 4 is on by default when you create a new project, you may change default settings in application preferences
3. I'm getting 'unable to execute ./sgencoder: No such file or directory' in Linux
If you get the above error message on Linux but you are pretty sure that permissions are correct and the execution bit is set, this error is caused by some missing 32-bit libs on a 64-bit machine. Unfortunately, Linux is not very informative in its error messages in this case. Please install 32-bit compatibility libs. If you use Ubuntu/Debian you may do it by running the following command from console:
apt-get install ia32-libs
SourceGuardian for Linux is available both as 32-bit or 64-bit application. You may use 32-bit version but need to install the above compatibility libs. Protected files may be run on 32-bit or 64-bit. Installing the above package is required only for running 32-bit version of the encoder on a 64-bit machine. Loaders differ for 32-bit and 64-bit and do not require installing additional packages.
4. Need to encode phar?
If you are using phar and want to encode it or encode some of the files within your phar with SourceGuardian, there are two simple rules to follow:
1) Do not encode the entire phar file. Encode files you add to phar.
2) Do not encode a stub script if you use your own or use standard stub.