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Carla

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  1. Oops, just realized I posted this in the wrong forum, sorry, I hit New Topic without checking where I was.
  2. OK, I managed to fix this problem but create another: changing session.save_path in PHP config from "W:\tmp\phpsess\sess.db" to "W:\tmp" resolves the Joomla issue but now I can't access PHPMyAdmin, get the following error: Fatal error: session_start() [<a href='function.session-start'>function.session-start</a>]: Failed to initialize storage module: sqlite (path: W:\tmp) in W:\home\admin\www\phpMyAdmin\libraries\session.inc.php on line 75 $session_name = 'phpMyAdmin'; @session_name($session_name); if (! isset($_COOKIE[$session_name])) { // on first start of session we check for errors // f.e. session dir cannot be accessed - session file not created $orig_error_count = $GLOBALS['error_handler']->countErrors(); line75---> $r = session_start(); if ($r !== true || $orig_error_count != $GLOBALS['error_handler']->countErrors()) { setcookie($session_name, '', 1); PMA_fatalError('strSessionStartupErrorGeneral'); } unset($orig_error_count); } else { @session_start(); } Weird thing is MySQL still works fine.
  3. Hey again! OK, it's like this: the Joomla add-on I want to install on localhost requires Ioncube so I'm using Aryos' Custom UniServer, as all previous attempts to add Ioncube to the vanilla US installation failed. However, when I go to install Joomla, I get a series of errors above the header and below the footer, like so: http://img713.imageshack.us/img713/2857/joomlaja.png These errors are not present when using the vanilla installation of UniServer 5.5, Joomla installs just fine in that case. Any ideas how to fix this? Thanks.
  4. Hello. After starting UniServer, I get prompted for a username and password and then http://localhost/index.php yields a 500 Internal Server Error page, while the error log yields this: : [Sat Jan 30 04:30:08 2010] [notice] Server built: Sep 28 2009 22:41:08 [Sat Jan 30 04:30:08 2010] [notice] Parent: Created child process 2964 [Sat Jan 30 04:30:11 2010] [notice] Child 2964: Child process is running [Sat Jan 30 04:30:11 2010] [notice] Child 2964: Acquired the start mutex. [Sat Jan 30 04:30:11 2010] [notice] Child 2964: Starting 250 worker threads. [Sat Jan 30 04:30:11 2010] [notice] Child 2964: Starting thread to listen on port 80. [Sat Jan 30 04:30:11 2010] [error] [client 127.0.0.1] (OS 3)The system cannot find the path specified. : Could not open password file: F:/home/crl4x/.htpasswds/public_html/passwd "crl4x" is the name of an unrelated hosting account I have online, I don't understand why it's path would be required here. This happens in all browsers I try. OS is Win XP SP2 Thank you. Actually, nevermind, it turns out I had an .htaccess file on my F drive, lol.
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