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If it's not set, which is my case, it doesn't look for any file which seems to be the default. Styles DB Download or submit styles to our styles database. dbaggs replied on Apr 21, 2015 at 5:22 am Permalink Reply Thanks T30 - although not the exact same rule, I too had a rule for trailing slashes and this was Thanks, Vicky Song ________________________________________ Please remember to mark the replies as answers if they help and unmark them if they provide no help Wednesday, November 17, 2010 4:43 AM Reply | Source

I tried to upload a file that was bigger than usual and got that error message - since then the whole upload part is just missing... I had the same symptom: suddendly, upload stopped working (well, after switching on the remember_me module, I guess). Why is the size of my email so much bigger than the size of its attached files? If this is the case, we recommend the Upload Folders method.

I created a file containing only the first three lines written in your code and saved it to the root as "php.ini". If the file is over 200k, I get this error. with kus commented May 22, 2007 at 9:17pm my problem is solved. Also, you don't need the php tags or phpinfo().

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  4. Log in or register to post comments so what's the exact solution Keybern commented September 11, 2006 at 12:28pm so what's the exact solution in all this?
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Tom S. I think I might report it as a bug. It's the most trivial thing. Will have to dig around in the permissions some more.

blakeage replied on May 3, 2014 at 3:34 pm Permalink Reply php.ini nor php5.ini worked for me. Try to upload the file again. For your issue, could you please kindly offer me more information? thanks again regards, Ron Northcutt Solutions Architect, Acquia Log in or register to post comments worked for me too jefbak2 commented March 20, 2007 at 6:50pm I didn't know why my

TFSNOOB: Steps to recreate 1. File namescontaining non-printable ascii, "/" or "\", names with leading or trailing spaces, and the special names “.” and “..” are also unsupported. I am trying to install the file attachment mod, but it seems inpposible for me, after following all the instruction, which was very confusing, uploading the files, and running the instaltion Thus I think the error has two side: 1.

Fixed with the appropriate full path to a known directory with correct permissions. When do you meet this error? Or how to create the php5.ini and what to put in it... Get Involved Learn how you can get involved with the project. 3.1 New Features An overview of the new features and improvements in phpBB 3.1 (The new version of phpBB).

Log in or register to post comments With release 5/Windows, I hbrabant commented March 7, 2007 at 8:07pm With release 5/Windows, I have the same problem (when I upload a file. http://cloudindet.com/upload-error/upload-web-host.html we have a work around by saving a copy of the log file and then attaching it. PHP only looks at configuragtion in the main php.ini file at startup. To see how much space you have remaining or get more storage, go to the Storage page.

Please sign in to see your available support options. Log in or register to post comments it also applies to absolute directory grassdog commented September 1, 2006 at 6:48am My root folder is at d:\users\site.com\drupal If I set the temp I thought it was a C5 issue. http://cloudindet.com/upload-error/file-upload-in-php.html Flash Tutorials View Flash Tutorials that help you with the use of phpBB.

Log in or register to post comments I believe I am having the same issue. It usually does. I am getting the same one when trying to upload an attachment, but the rub seems to be the size.

You may be familiar with the message: "An unknown error occurred while uploading the file.

I have the user set to permission uploads, have file size 1MB. I was getting frustrated. As far as I know, if you use the Browse Button to select an attachment correctly, you shouldn’t receive that error. Before I leave my company, should I delete software I wrote during my free time?

The server may be unavailable." CommentCommentAdd your comment...Sign up or log in to answerWatchRelated questions Powered by Atlassian Confluence 5.7.3, Team Collaboration Software Printed by Atlassian Confluence 5.7.3, Team Collaboration Software. I still think that this may have something to do with it :) Log in or register to post comments I think it should be correct. Because temp should be equal to d:\users\site.com\drupal\temp, but the absolute path works while the relative path fails . Check This Out Have your tried creating a new team project and recreate a Bug and attach a document again?

Using DC in transformers? If you use an older web browser, you can't upload files larger than 300 MB. How to draw a clock-diagram? So the URL /tools/required/files/importers/single was rewriten as /tools/required/files/importers/single/ by Apache and the post data was lost.

I have all those off: they just do not work. i have tried uninstalling the module (even deleting the module folder) and reinstalling, but it still brings in that incorrect default value.