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My hosting company (Dreamhost) upgraded their VPS accounts from Ubuntu 14 (also known as Trusty) to Debian 10 (aka Buster). Since they have done that, I can no longer upload photos through the PW admin. Most of my templates use the Images field and when I go to upload an image - no matter the size, I just see spinning over the image icon. I checked my console and get the following errors:
[Error] Failed to load resource: the server responded with a status of 418 () (edit, line 0)
[Error] SyntaxError: JSON Parse error: Unrecognized token '<'
(anonymous function) (InputfieldImage.min.js:1:35271)
I have multiple sites hosted by Dreamhost and this is now happening on all sites. I am using Processwire 3.0.165. PHP 7.4.
I don't know what other info is helpful so please let me know if you have any ideas. I have filed a ticket and suspect this is a result of the upgrade as all these sites worked previously. And the sites still work - just can't upload and save to the images field.
I have been debugging a site for the last 2 hours and cannot solve the issue.
I have a site running on 3.0.148.
I installed the Kongondo Blog module and was updating the templates to include the website style.
Once everything was set and done, I checked the page tree to see an error appear.
Template must be assigned a name before 'filename' can be accessed
The same error appears in templates.
I checked the templates in the server to ensure I didnt accidentally delete the namespace. Deleted cache in browser and server under assets Still no go.
Any help is appreciated.
I have recently installed ProcessWire as I am learning to develop my own personal website.
The installation process was completed, pressed 'Login to Admin' and I am receiving a 404 error.
I am using a GoDaddy Shared Hosting Package with Plesk installed.
Does anyone have any experience with using ProcessWire on a shared hoasting package?