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    #113474
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    Anonymous

    Hi,

    I’d just say to double-check that the apache user has write access to the ./data folder and also to wherever your temp folder is set.


    #113477
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    Anonymous

    honestly I don’t think it’s a read/write permissions problem, but I’m not sure.

    I’ve been able to make this errors disappear by placing those functions inside this condition: if (session_status() != PHP_SESSION_ACTIVE).

    Not sure if it’s a good way of doing it… :/


    #113498
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    Charles
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    hi, basically, we don’t recommend the windows + apache combo.
    But that’s clearly a php config issue, if your workaround fixes it, well let’s say it’s ok :-)
    c


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    #113511
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    Anonymous

    Just out of interest, is there a particular reason you’re using Apache rather than IIS if you’re running on Windows?


    #113513
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    Anonymous

    It’s just that the server is not mine, so I have to make it happen with what it’s given to me šŸ˜›


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