Nice work! Looks good!
Glad to hear that it works!
Let us know if you run into any more issues!
Hi @Nichael Ibanes
If you compiled from source, the bug is located in src/util/httpfetch.cpp ~ line 221:
Hah, sometimes, it's the small things.
Always good to know some silly steps that were forgotten, because it may help other users.
Do you see anything in our stderr.log or in any php error logs?
Glad to hear you were able to get it working!
If you don't mind explaining, what issues did you encounter when trying to set this up?
Please check the vhost's configurations to make sure you're using the correct PHP version. The PHPInfo you sent is using
Glad to hear it! Let us know if you run into any more issues, we're always happy to help!
First off, please make sure that nothing else is listening on the same port.
in the server configurations, please check to see that...
Apologies for the delay.
Please run the following command:
dpkg -l | grep lsphp
and see if lsphp70-curl is listed. If it is, try...
Could you send us your phpinfo output? You can send it to me via conversation if you'd rather the information not be public.
Ols1click will not include all the packages automatically. Running the following command should grab curl for you:
As mentioned in the other thread, this issue should be resolved in the next release.
Both are permission/ownership issues, so hopefully the next...
Thanks for the info.
This issue should be resolved in the next release.
So what this is trying to do is check for new releases. If it finds a new release, it will append a log message to let you know...
Separate names with a comma.