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I have a Moodle installation running with version 2.4.1 (the one you offer using Fantastic). When I try to run the cron job, receive the following error :
Moodle 2.1 or later requires at least PHP 5.3.2 (currently using version 5.2.6).
Some servers may have multiple PHP versions installed, are you using the correct executable?
I already change the php version to php 5.4 usign cpanel > Software services > php configuration.
How could you please help me solve my problem ?
When the update started after supposedly backing up the site, I get the message that all apps are "ok" except that the UTF-8 unicode will need to be "checked."
There were no instructions on how to do that.
The upgrade would not proceeed and it could not be cancelled.
The site became unaccessible.
I removed the apparent 2.3.2 upgrade and then "restored" the 2.2.3 original site. Then I get the error message (I changed the letters to ***...):
Coding error detected, it must be fixed by a programmer: page layout file /home/*******/public_html/moodle/theme/base/layout/general.php does not contain the main content placeholder, please include "main_content() ?>" in theme layout file.
How is that done when I am not a programmer?
I have e-mailed support and cannot log in to view request via weblink since support ticket system does not recognize the password, found out from chat that I need to create an account to use support tickets and it is not linked into main account so I will do that and also send another e-mail to support. It is moodle and site was running ok until Monday and worse today. so waiting to her back from e-mails, phone support tells me to use e-mail so I did and waiting for reply
I am trying to restore a moodle course from a backup file. Every time I hit restore I get the following error
Fatal error: Maximum execution time of 30 seconds exceeded in /home/**/**/**/zip_archive.php on line 126
Any ideas how to get around this?
I'm trying to install moodle and getting into a point where Data directory need to be created/placed inside the web root.
Here are some info.
Moodle directory: /home/wordsu5/public_html/training
Data directory: /home/wordsu5/moodledata
(directory permission should be 0777)
Could you please help me install it?
"Moodle 2.1 or later requires at least PHP 5.3.2 (currently using version 5.2.17).
Please upgrade your server software or install older Moodle version."
How can I fix this error? Or, is there a workaround?
*I looked at the post on how to edit the lib.php file that should work for Moodle 2.1. However, it does not apply in Moodle 2.2.
Thanks for your help!
The installation can not be completed:
- You cannot install more than one script in the root directory of a domain.
I thought I had completely uninstalled and I see no Moodle files or directories in the file manager. This is the only thing I installed with Fantastico.
Customer support service by UserEcho