I even tried sudo and I get nothing. Now let's see if that user can run. It appears that you're missing the required errors folder which will provide the logging and the error display. I tried several Packages and installing methods, all with the same error and result. .
Then your script is loading a different php. As with any third-party software, check your application's System Requirements before any installation. If it had been working and this is a new development, again, check with hosting provider helpdesk and inquire unless customer themselves changed permissions on files. A re-installation from scratch worked fine. You can find various articles that go through it step by step.
Reason I ask, it does change approaches to trouble shooting and configuration. I googled it and came up with nothing relevant. It's possible you are also wrong. Update: eventually I wrote an article that explains the , in the file system and on the web server, which explains the matter in detail, and contains some practical solutions. Browse other questions tagged or.
It is as if the code doesn't apply wp functions and all. We've already established that symlinks 'work' because html can be served from the symlinked folder. Thanks so much for the help so far. Or maybe someone else knows what is going on. Mycred has code snippets for interacting with the points from another site.
That the error is because it needs stuff from wordpress that wasn't being recognized. . The vendor directory in a composer-generated codebase is one level up from the docroot. . And, just to see what would happen, I changed it to 755. To understand this error you have to distinguish a path on the virtual server from a path in the filesystem. Unfortunately his solution does not work for me respectively I don't understand it completely.
. To learn more, see our. That is undoubtedly related to your other errors, but right now I don't have the time to research it. Its trying to go off photo and then to common when it should go to the html root directory and then go into common. There could be a misspelling error at some point in the path. Thought I would throw it out here in case I am missing something obvious. It is a permissions issue, but not how one might think.
If so, try changing the theme to the default, such as twentyseventeen or whatever you have installed. This is an odd one for me. As long as it's set, Magento will use developer mode and show you the errors on screen. I would also try and rename the config. Anyway, if the installation was originally running fine, someone must have changed something to cause this situation. I changed it to the. If you can't log into the dashboard, you can change the theme via the database.
Would you like to answer one of these instead? The client just notified me that they can't access the site and I see it's just a blank white page. Once you have given that information, then we can advise you the correct way forward. What is still a mystery, however, is why this happened. One of two things has to happen. I am trying to tie my website point system, MyCred, into my games.
Could someone help me get this setup? Review our to see if your question already has a great answer. Unfortunately, such a handy variable doesn't exist when you run your script from a command line. What values are assigned to them? I have a new install of Homestead and a new Laravel project. But what does this sentence mean? I completly deinstalled the package and installed it once more. I want to find out if I can avoid those expenses and get the help from the community. Your fatal error tells me otherwise. Could this be, in any way, affecting things? Hmm, how do you test that require? This directory name does not have a trailing slash unless it is the root directory.