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PostPosted: 18. Aug 2009, 12:59 
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Hello, I will be brief.

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Joomla! 1.5.13 Stable
jfu: 2.91
php has 125M post and max upload limits
there are no server log errors
the directory to upload is under 755 permissions


I am getting this error in the tfu.log file
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08.18.2009 11:56:47 - ERROR 2048 in nnovation/ libraries/ joomla/ html/ html.php, line 83: Non-static method JHTMLSelect::option() cannot be called statically


I cannot upload anything. I can see the files that exist in the directory I am pointing the plugin. I try to upload and I see the progress bar. When it reaches 100%, I get a "Error : h*ttp 500" in the status, and nothing is uploaded.

Please help me resolve this. Thank you


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PostPosted: 18. Aug 2009, 13:11 
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have your read the howto 1 what to do when this error happens.

On the help/Limits page you can set the permissions of the TFU files. I some case changes there help.
- Michael


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PostPosted: 18. Aug 2009, 14:08 
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Hi and thanks for your response.

The permissions seem to be right. I tried to copy the admin profile into another one to use in the frontend. I figured I should do that since the plugin worked fine on the backend side with the admin profile enabled.

That helped me to make it work. Everything is as it should. I hope I 'm not exposing something I shouldn't by enabling the admin profile on the frontend.


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PostPosted: 18. Aug 2009, 14:40 
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I'm not really sure what you did. The admin profile should not be used in the frontend because you can do everything then.

It is always better to create profiles that are used for the frontend only.

- Michael


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PostPosted: 18. Aug 2009, 14:50 
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So the admin profile was able to upload things when used from the backend.

what I did was copy the profile into a new profile (from the joomla copy button on the top right in the profile list), and used that one.


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PostPosted: 18. Aug 2009, 14:52 
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ok - but this should not solve your http 500 error. This is why I was asking.

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PostPosted: 18. Aug 2009, 14:57 
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Apparently it did. Did you make any sense of the log message that appears in my first post?


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PostPosted: 18. Aug 2009, 15:01 
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The log message can be ignored - I will supress this warning in the next version anyway.

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