Hello, During installation (or upgrade), an error is displayed: "XMLReader::open(): Unable to open source data" (screenshot). My case appears to be isolated so I wonder if the problem isn't a server configuration. Does anyone have an idea ? I feel that the situation improves when I put "On" for allow_url_fopen and allow_url_include in php.ini. The fact write the following line to top of a page seems to have an influence : libxml_disable_entity_loader(false); So, I think I can say that my problem is related to PHP, but I'm in the dark (my phpinfo) ... Thank you and good day.
I had this problem but with "-TESTINSTALL" it's a little better. Indeed, just after I get "An unknown error occurred" (step "Server Details"). I really don't understand, all "PHP Requirements" are ok, the key is in conf_global.php, chown and chmod look corrects, utf8 bin, etc. However, the database has little importance for now since I can not get to the stage where the system requires the MySQL information :D
Thank you for your reply.
I think that this feature should be enable/disable by forum : no interest into forums such as "various topics", etc.
I have a community of about 4,000 members, 5000 visits/day, 500 connected/days et I have immediately 4Tb of storage (quickly expandable to 32TB).
It was just a proposal :)
Excuse me in advance if my post isn't in the right forum.
I think it would be interesting to propose an feature for automatically retrieve external images.
Indeed when a member uses the img tags, images are usually hosted elsewhere ... logic! This isn't an immediate problem, but often members use external services free. After several days / weeks / months / years, the images no longer exist and sustainability issues arise... lasting quality.
I must admit that because of the missing media, many old discussions lapsed.
In my opinion this is a real problem especially since the primary interest of a forum is the richness of its content which should not be altered over the years.
Forgive me if my words are not very clear, but English is not my native language.