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  • Problems with Drupal

    What do you is Friday...barely.


    Acc'd to Drupal's Boost module:

    Boost    Cache path
    cache/perm/ does not exist.
    Acc'd to Drupal's Mimedetect module:

    Mime type detection    File Extension
    MimeDetect is using the browser supplied filename for file extension lookups. It is strongly recommended that you install and configure the PHP Fileinfo Extension or the UNIX 'file' command to provide more accurate severside mime type detection.
    Otherwise I'm not sure what's the cause of this:

    Upload progress	Not enabled
    Your server is capable of displaying file upload progress, but does not have the required libraries. It is recommended to install the PECL uploadprogress library (preferred) or to install APC.
    Then there's this:

    * warning: file_put_contents(cache/perm/ [function.file-put-contents]: failed to open stream: No such file or directory in /var/www/domains/ on line 80.
        * warning: file_put_contents(cache/perm/ [function.file-put-contents]: failed to open stream: No such file or directory in /var/www/domains/ on line 87.
    I don't think there's anything I can do about it...not even the missing cache folder. This is no mod I can install. This is php which I know nothing about. Any help would be much appreciated.

  • #2
    Nick, are you out there nick?


    • #3
      yeah, I'd like some insights on that too, cause it seems Drupal's worth it if you can get beyond a few issues.


      • #4
        I'll ask our Operations department if they can install the php-pecl-Fileinfo package, which contains the PHP Fileinfo extension.

        Unfortunately, anything that uses the Upload Progress library won't work. This post explains why.

        I'm guessing that the warning about file_puts_content() relates to the first problem, regarding the cache directory.

        For the first problem, is Drupal able to write to the cache/ directory?


        • #5
          I fixed the first & last problems. You just add a dir called cache. I can't remember if you have to chmod it or not. But you surely must create it & point that mod to it (Boost).

          I've also got a new problem:

          Messaging PHPMailer	PHP Mailer missing
          HTML Mail requires the PHP Mailer class to properly send HTML Mail. Please download the 2.0 version and place the phpmailer folder in your messaging_phpmailer module directory. Rename the folder to "PHPMailer".
          I'll have to get back to you on the upload progress. Thanks.


          • #6
            PHPMailer needs to be installed into this directory in your Drupal site:
            Make sure that you name the directories exactly like that, including upper-case characters.

            PHPMailer can be found here.