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Delete Mark Post as Spam Are you sure you would like to mark this post as spam? I emailed em too.. usually uploading between 7-12 files, max individual file size does not exceed 50kb (so total would nowhere be near max_filesize). Please someone help. Source

Delete Mark Post as Spam Are you sure you would like to mark this post as spam? Thanks. I received a message from Bluehost tech support saying they " restored concrete files from a default install at public_html/concreteTest so your file manager should now be working." Now when I Hope that makes sense...

pvrs2006 replied on Sep 11, 2014 at 10:00 pm Permalink Reply 2 Attachments Here with i have attached the screenshot for uploading issues. Use a php.ini file for php directives # php_value upload_max_filesize 199M I have also went in through the bluehost control panel (under php config) and re-installed the master php file INSTALL You must have a user account and be signed to perform this action.

  1. That might give some clues in there...
  2. metroduc replied on Oct 20, 2009 at 10:32 pm Permalink Reply frz - I've just gone back into the application and when accessing file manager from the dashboard I found the
  3. I get this error when i try to upload via multiple uploader (locally)...
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  5. The rule was for replacing double slash in urls ('//' to '/'): RewriteCond %{REQUEST_URI} ^(.*)//(.*)$ RewriteRule . %1/%2 [R=301] I would know why this rule interfers with the file manager, and
  6. When I click "Image" in the add new block dialog box and then click "Choose Image" I get an empty File Manager box or, if I am able to select a
  7. php_value won't work in an ini file.
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I had the same problem. If anyone has any suggestions, I'd be glad to get them. Look for strings like "upload_max_filessize" and change the value to something larger. Thanks!!!

It's the most trivial thing. Download concrete5 Installation Hosting Solutions Hosting Support Development Enterprise Extensions Education Business Government Partners Contact us Themes Add-ons Community Forums StackOverflow Search Members Bug Tracker Submitting Code Job Board Docs Editors It's only a small file. JohntheFish replied on Apr 1, 2014 at 5:56 am Permalink Reply If you want a user friendly alternative, have a look at my Front End File Uploader block.

Sign In Register Error: Not Found The requested URL /concrete5-upload-error-401.php was not found on this server. Hey do you know how to simplify wordpress so that I can uplaod pictures or edit content easily? weirdly, this doesn't work in Safari or Firefox which still block access to the /files url. Copy exactly what I have said and put save it as php5.ini, then put that file in your Concrete5 directory, the same place where the index.php page is located.

The reason I am obsessing over this problem is that I would like to be able to change paramaters per domain as needed. Set everthing in the /files directory to 777 recusively. Mark as Spam Destroy Spammer This script will report this post as spam and add a permanent IP ban for this user, type "DESTROY" below to continue. Can you post a phpinfo?

Its also possible your file permissions are off, or even that all the files for concrete5 didn't upload. this contact form You must have a user account and be signed to perform this action. I really want to use concrete5 but I get the circle thing that keeps going on and on. user/password request) and this was what caused the error.

phpinfo: http://c5.septicedge.com/info.php... You're missing the "upload_tmp_dir = /tmp/" entry, and that's what's most important. Can anyone confirm this behavior? have a peek here Mark as Spam Destroy Spammer This script will report this post as spam and add a permanent IP ban for this user, type "DESTROY" below to continue.

metroducDate Joined: 10/13/09Karma: 35Answers:0Bio:View Profile View Replies: Threaded Chronological (Earliest First) Chronological (Recent First) Tony replied on Oct 14, 2009 at 6:46 am Permalink Reply try giving your /files folder and shotrox replied on Mar 17, 2012 at 6:16 pm Permalink Reply Hi Curtis thank you very much for this. See here...

I think we're making progress.

During the upload I cannot see anything on the firefox firebug console. However, 'file_uploads On' and 'upload_tmp_dir /tmp/' cannot be performed within the .htaccess file. Thanks Alexander wagdi replied on Mar 17, 2012 at 11:58 pm Permalink Reply @Shotrox- There is a fix for the missing 'Upload file' buttons here- http://www.concrete5.org/community/forums/block_requests/upload-fil... This may not matter to you though. 'file_uploads' are turned on by default and php just won't use a temp directory for caching the upload.

Have you tried to upload smaller files, or fewer files at once? They cannot be changed at runtime. jemsroom replied on Oct 15, 2009 at 1:43 pm Permalink Reply not the size, not the permission. Check This Out http://www.concrete5.org/community/forums/usage/error_on_andquotupl...