Could this be used in my vps server that is running Centos? I’m using vistacp as my operating system.
If your operating system has apache web server and php installed then yes.
System requirements for this script are really minimal: http://codecanyon.net/item/filegator/3041013#item-description__system-requirements-amp-compatibility
Is it possible to have multiple Admin accounts?
No, this is not possible.
Hi there, just a question before adopting the gator :
Let’s say I connect it to my website so the admins can manage images.
But : The admins are allready authentified and connected by my own system.
I would’nt want my admins to have to connect again to the filegator system to use it. Is it possible ? Is it easy to configure ?
This is something that you must implement yourself. How hard it would be depends on your skills. Note that I am not available for custom work.
“This is something that you must implement yourself.” => Well, I was aware of that.
“How hard it would be depends on your skills.” => What kind of support is this ? Not even the smallest guidance from you ???
“Note that I am not available for custom work.” => Have I ever asked for that ?
With this quality of support before purchase : No way !
Is it possible to have an option to choose the language ?
I would like to use French and English and have the ability to choose my language on frontend.
No, this option is not available.
Thank you for your reply,
What about if i use 2 installations of filegator ?
I could use 1 [fr] install and 1 [en] install and share the same database ? This could work ?
Yes, I saw people doing that but I never tried it myself.
First of all great script.
I need your help urgently.
I want to be able to upload 1.9-2.0 gb files.
I have set everything in my php.ini file with the following settings :
upload_max_filesize = 2048M
post_max_size = 3048M
But I keep getting the following error :
Config param max_filesize is bigger than php server setting: post_max_size = 8388608, upload_max_filesize = 2097152
Please help me out I need to fix this asap.
I spoke to my hosting provide.
And we’ve managed to make your script work with 2 gb files (when we include a .htaccess file in the directory)
The problem is that if the .htaccess file is present in the directory then user or andmin can’t log in the script.
Please help me out
What is the content inside that .htaccess file?
Hey, thanks for the quick response.
Its – SetEnv PHPRC /home/..../public_html/....../...../...../php.ini
so eveything works great, it’s just that the users or admins can’t login it the .htaccess rule is there
Yes, it seems that something is wrong in that php.ini file, probably some session related settings. You must work with your provider because only they can see server logs and troubleshoot php settings here.
If I provide the logs, will you be able to help out.
Is there any other way to work around this ?
I’m afraid not. You must check with them. My wild guess is that user session cannot be saved to tmp file or something similar.
You still ensuring that members of the user.
This is the biggest missing. users must be members.
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