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  • [Forum] Errors being generated in Attachment Manager

    I am continuing to slay bugs/glitches associated with a server move. I just moved from a shared server to a cloud server and paid to have someone migrate the site, and there are still a number of unresolved issues - most of which have been due to be paths, etc. None of these issues were apparent on the old site.

    Right now if I enter CP/attachments/attachment manager and click on any of the file types (bmp, jpg, etc), the text box comes up with attachment type options, but then is immediately followed by a string of errors:

    Warning: Illegal string offset 'package' in [path]/admincp/attachment.php on line 1368

    Warning: Illegal string offset 'class' in [path]/admincp/attachment.php on line 1369

    Warning: Illegal string offset 'package' in [path]/admincp/attachment.php on line 1368

    Warning: Illegal string offset 'class' in [path]/admincp/attachment.php on line 1369

    Warning: Illegal string offset 'package' in [path]/admincp/attachment.php on line 1368

    Warning: Illegal string offset 'class' in [path]/admincp/attachment.php on line 1369

    Warning: Illegal string offset 'package' in [path]/admincp/attachment.php on line 1381

    Warning: Illegal string offset 'package' in [path]/admincp/attachment.php on line 1382

    Warning: Illegal string offset 'class' in [path]/admincp/attachment.php on line 1382

    Warning: Illegal string offset 'package' in [path]/admincp/attachment.php on line 1381

    Warning: Illegal string offset 'package' in [path]/admincp/attachment.php on line 1382

    Warning: Illegal string offset 'class' in [path]/admincp/attachment.php on line 1382

    Warning: Illegal string offset 'package' in [path]/admincp/attachment.php on line 1381

    Warning: Illegal string offset 'package' in [path]/admincp/attachment.php on line 1382

    Warning: Illegal string offset 'class' in [path]/admincp/attachment.php on line 1382

    I wish my coding skills were up to snuff so I could chase this down. A little help and I'll continue to chip away at it.

  • #2
    What Version of PHP do you use at your new hoster? For example PHP 5.4.4 is not supported and could cause this error message.
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    • #3
      Originally posted by Hartmut View Post
      What Version of PHP do you use at your new hoster? For example PHP 5.4.4 is not supported and could cause this error message.
      Current PHP: PHP 5.2.17

      Settings:
      Default PHP Version (.php files) 5
      PHP 5 Handler suphp
      PHP 4 Handler none
      Apache suEXEC on
      Apache Ruid2 off
      - - - Updated - - -

      Hold on - they lied to me Actually the php that is installed is 5.4.6

      Any recommendation for a version to step it back to?

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      • #4
        They rolled back PHP to version 5.2.17 this am, and all of these errors went away. The site is also about twice as fast, and some other weird glitches have disappeared as well.

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        • #5
          I also have same error
          I use PHP 5.4.12

          Do you have any plan to upgrade to support latest PHP?

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          • #6
            Yes, work has been done to make vB4 PHP 5.4 compatible and will come in a forthcoming release.
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            • #7
              Originally posted by Trevor Hannant View Post
              Yes, work has been done to make vB4 PHP 5.4 compatible and will come in a forthcoming release.
              I also have this error using 5.4.13. Please advise when the software has been fixed.

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              • #8
                Add the following line to your config.php:

                error_reporting (0);

                These warnings (they aren't errors) will go away. It won't fix all the issues with PHP 5.4.18 but it will fix these.
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