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theborg72 - Latest reply on 28-09-2018 03:48 by douwe_yntema

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theborg72
theborg72
Hello, I've tried to install this on 2 different systems and get the same error

Warning: Illegal string offset 'severability' in /var/www/html/includes/classes/PHPFusion/Installer/Requirements.core.inc on line 244

I have tried to clarify what problems are. There seems to be something with rights but beyond that I dont now.

The first system is osx sierra as I tried.
So i tried installing php on a pi just to see if it went better but at least get the same problem with the installation so something must be missing
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theborg72
theborg72
try on online server get this after installation

Fatal error: Class 'PHPFusion\Page\PageController' not found in /public_html/includes/classes/PHPFusion/Page/PageView.inc on line 20

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Falk
Falk
As you figured we can really only support live production servers decently.
If that server you last tried on meets the requirements that error is most likely due to corrupt files during upload. Try replace all files with a fresh set of new ones. Maybe even download a new zip pack to rule any CRC errors out there as well.

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theborg72
theborg72
Humm

server 1. freebsd (not working) Paid host
Web Server Apache/2.2.31 (FreeBSD) PHP/7.0.18
PHP Version 7.0.18

server 2. Ubuntu (not working) Lokal try installation
Server 3. Try osx server (not working) Local try installation

what is it that i can install it to that i dont get install error

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Falk
Falk
First time I heard of these issues during the whole RC - > Stable release. I do not know about any specific environment where it should fail. As long as the PHP and MySQL environments meets min requirement it have historically worked.
Could be your connection getting corrupted downloads, bad FTP upload or simply something in the configuration that makes it fail,

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douwe_yntema
douwe_yntema
This message comes when you do not set the write permissions correctly like in the readme.html is explained. This is strange, because the installer reports that the permissions are ok but they are not. Instead of giving a PHP warning it should display a message what permissions are not ok, like in PF 7.

Also the text are in white with white background, so really bad to read

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Falk
Falk
Great catch. Will issue ( https://github.com/php-fusion/PHP-Fusion/issues/1863 )

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douwe_yntema
douwe_yntema
One error is gone, still one error left and still white text on white background.

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