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I would not mind to be able to upload stuff beyond 100MB... So I hope someone will make a new version without that problem. File Uploads: 1 Max Upload File Size: 100M Post Max Size: 100M. Look for strings like "upload_max_filessize" and change the value to something larger. weblink

If you want the perimeters specified to only affect one domain, you could use a .htaccess file in the domain sub-directory. Can you post the environment information from your c5 site from live? 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 really want to use concrete5 but I get the circle thing that keeps going on and on.

Mark as Spam Destroy Spammer This script will report this post as spam and add a permanent IP ban for this user, type "DESTROY" below to continue. Jon osu replied on Oct 1, 2009 at 5:26 am Permalink Reply Thanks for taking a look Jon, much appreciated - could it be a permissions issue?:

file_uploads = On upload_max_filesize = 100M post_max_size = 100M upload_tmp_dir = /tmp/ Next I changed the file name from php5.ini to php.ini and everything worked fine.

  1. nteaviation replied on Jul 2, 2010 at 10:02 am Permalink Reply Yes.
  2. You're missing the "upload_tmp_dir = /tmp/" entry, and that's what's most important.
  3. shotrox replied on Mar 18, 2012 at 12:33 am Permalink Reply is there an upper limit to the filesize?
  4. I wrote to simplescripts, but in vain.
  5. nando replied on Aug 30, 2010 at 7:37 pm Permalink Reply When trying to upload multiple files I get an error This is the php-error.log PHP Warning: join() [function.join]: Invalid
  6. Earlier there was no problem.
  7. jbx replied on Oct 2, 2009 at 4:25 am Permalink Reply Basicaly, the user that you're webserver runs as (apache in my case, but could be different) needs write access to
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When I click "Image" in the add new block dialog box and then click "Choose Image" I get an empty File Manager box or, if I am able to select a pvrs2006 replied on Sep 11, 2014 at 8:06 pm Permalink Reply Yes, I'm using most recent one. PHP only looks at configuragtion in the main php.ini file at startup. But in the other website, where I upgraded from 5.3.2 to 5.3.3.1, it is not!

This may not matter to you though. 'file_uploads' are turned on by default and php just won't use a temp directory for caching the upload. Just in case anyone runs into this problem, too. lintu666 replied on Nov 21, 2012 at 1:28 am Permalink Reply this is the code for uplaoding video.. frz replied on Oct 20, 2009 at 10:28 pm Permalink Reply sounds like its still borked, perhaps permissions?

mnakalay replied on Mar 31, 2014 at 12:13 am Permalink Reply yes it is:http://www.concrete5.org/developers/bugs/5-6-3/upload-multiple/... You may also want to check the setting in the Dashboard/File Manager/Access and see where that is set to. the thing is just faulty. file_uploads = On upload_max_filesize = 100M post_max_size = 100M upload_tmp_dir = /tmp/ Please help me on this.

I did it but it did not work... I feel that this is the best place for these changes. If you do use a .htaccess file to change the following paramiters, You need to add 'AllowOveride on' (without Quotes) to your Apache configuration file in the section of Anyone please find out the specific missing files and suggest the remedy?

concrete5 5.3.3.1 metroduc replied on Oct 19, 2009 at 9:01 pm Permalink Reply I seem to be going backwords with C5. have a peek at these guys Tried changing folder permissions but still no change. However, 'file_uploads On' and 'upload_tmp_dir /tmp/' cannot be performed within the .htaccess file. Error log shows this: [30-Sep-2009 07:57:35] PHP Warning: join() [function.join]: Invalid arguments passed in /home/username/public_html/concrete/tools/files/importers/uploaded.php on line 15 Does anyone know why I'm getting this error?

Very small (~5k) images seem to work with the one-at-a-time browser upload, but I get that 401 error everytime with the Flash multiple file uploader. Sign In Register Download Try it now... Shotster replied on Sep 1, 2010 at 11:32 am Permalink Reply Thanks for the reply, Mike. check over here Have you figured anything out?

Chalking this up to cheap hosts. The problem is elsewhere - perhaps in the SWF - but I'll have to do some more troubleshooting later. -Steve Shotster replied on Sep 1, 2010 at 11:51 am Permalink Reply You have another battle to contend with.

Hey do you know how to simplify wordpress so that I can uplaod pictures or edit content easily?

Have you tried to upload smaller files, or fewer files at once? Thanks! upload_max_filesize = 100M post_max_size = 100M Code Post Reply Message (Enclose code samples in [code][/code].) Attachments Attach a file Monitor this Discussion (receive an email each time a reply is Download concrete5 Installation Hosting Solutions Hosting Support Development Enterprise Extensions Education Business Government Partners Contact us Themes Add-ons Community Forums StackOverflow Search Members Bug Tracker Submitting Code Job Board Docs Editors

Could you paste the code from that file please (/concrete/tools/files/importers/uploaded.php). Any ideas? Below id the code in my php.ini file this content Waiting 10 minutes it continues to look like it's attempting to do something, but never gets there.

I really hope they change their attitude to "This will be fixed in 5.7" as there are many 5.6 sites that wont want to upgrade (plus the added client training)... I had the same type of rule and that's what broke mine. It's not to do with the upload limit which is 64M. DESTROY SPAMMER Built with the Best: About Features Case Studies Showcase Testimonials Blog Download & Extend Themes Install Add-ons Hosting Enterprise Download Community Forums Get Involved Job Board International Marketplace News

Use a php.ini file for php directives # php_value post_max_size 200M # For security reasons, mod_php is not used on this server. Anyway, that's it! I have researched for an hour on how exactly to change the "Upload Max" and "Post Max" limits that appear in the "Upload Multiple" window of the Concrete5 "File Manager". The error is still showing up because you didn't actually apply my fix.

Download concrete5 Installation Hosting Solutions Hosting Support Development Enterprise Extensions Education Business Government Partners Contact us Themes Add-ons Community Forums StackOverflow Search Members Bug Tracker Submitting Code Job Board Docs Editors I tried adding an .htaccess file to raise the filesize limits, but GoDaddy didn't allow the lines I wrote in. I chmod'd /files and subfolders to 777 and then would get "Upload Error: 401" for each image. jpcharrier replied on Mar 30, 2014 at 6:10 pm Permalink Reply Thanks for that...

HELP!! but it's the only download available now in simple scripts. CAUTION: Changing this file (system wide php.ini) will apply to all your websites on your server that use php. Would be useful to know as I'll be able to troubleshoot better.