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  • Set3sh
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    Hello,


    Check the upload directory permissions. (chmod 0777).
    If it's /tmp make sure it's set in the open_basedir (if you use that variable to restrict the php access).


    Kind regards,
    George.

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  • Wayne Luke
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    Could be this bug: http://tracker.vbulletin.com/browse/VBIV-15874

    Update to 4.2.3 please.

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  • kh99
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    Do you have any of the 4.2.2 patches installed?

    I assume you've tried different URLs? If not, is there anything special about the one you're trying (is it localhost, https, or a special port)? I know this is a long shot but I thought I'd ask.

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  • Duckface
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    4.2.2.
    Last edited by Duckface; Tue 14th Jul '15, 7:02am.

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  • Wayne Luke
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    What version of vBulletin are you using?

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  • Duckface
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    Was the screenshot sufficient?

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  • Duckface
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    Yes apparently so.

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  • kh99
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    Does your php have curl configured? Check Maintenance > View PHP Info to find out.

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  • Duckface
    started a topic Invalid Url - Avatar Change

    Invalid Url - Avatar Change

    When I try to upload an avatar via a url it always says "Invalid Url". I have made sure that the customavatar directory has the correct permissions (777). The website's PHP verrsion: 5.4.38 and MySQL version: 5.5.42-cll

    Forums: http://spawnscape614.co.uk/forums/

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