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I see this error on some of my site's pages: Call to undefined function: mb_ereg_replace() in /path_to_dolphin/inc/utils.inc.php on line 120

This error and similar errors (yielding about functions starting with mb_) refer to mbstring extension being absent from your PHP compilation. You should either re-compile it with --with-mbstring directive (under Linux) or uncomment extension=php_mbstring.dll in php.ini (under Windows). Then you should restart Apache web server.


I get Uploading file error when uploading audio/video files in Ray Media and Video Players

This is a common problem and most of the time it is caused by the following reasons:

1) You're trying to upload files bigger than 2 Megabytes which is the default value for PHP configuration. To fix it, edit php.ini file which is used as a configuration file by your PHP processor. You have to find two variables: upload_max_filesize and post_max_size and assign bigger values to them.

2) You don't have .htaccess or have it corrupted in the ray folder. Here's the code that this file must contain:

			 <IfModule mod_security.c>
				SecFilterEngine off
			 </IfModule>

3) You have the correct .htaccess file but it gets overridden by other Apache settings on your server. You should contact your hosting provider in this case.

4) You don't have the proper ffmpeg.exe in ray/modules/global/app or it doesn't have 777 permissions (readable, writable, executable). In this case change the permissions and make sure the ffmpeg.exe file is applicable to your operating system: Linux (provided with Dolphin), Windows or FreeBSD.

5) You have incorrect permissions for the following folders:

ray/modules/mp3/files/, ray/modules/movie/files and ray/modules/music/files These folders must have 777 permissions.

6) You have PHP exec() function disabled on your server. Advise with your hosting provider in order to figure this out.


When I try to open somebody's profile, I get this page: Not Found

The problem is that your Apache server is not compiled with rewrite module or you don't have rewrite instructions in your Dolphin's root .htaccess file. These instructions should be as follows:

<IfModule mod_rewrite.c>
    RewriteEngine on
    RewriteCond %{REQUEST_FILENAME} -f [OR]
    RewriteCond %{REQUEST_FILENAME} -d
    RewriteRule .+ - [L]
    RewriteRule ^([A-Za-z0-9_-]+)$ profile.php?ID=$1 [QSA,L]
</IfModule>

If you can't solve these problems, you can disable Friendly profile permalinks in Settings -> Advanced Settings


I see this error when I open my site: Warning: Missing argument 1 for TopMenuDesign(), called in ...templates\tmpl_...\scripts\BxTemplMenu.php on line 45 and defined in ...inc\menu.inc.php on line 250

Templates created for versions under 6.0.0004 will generate this error. But it can be fixed the following way:

1) open templates/tmpl_TEMPLATE-NAME/scripts/BxTemplMenu.php

2) replace

$ret .= TopMenuDesign( ... );

with

$ret .= TopMenuDesign( (int)getParam('topmenu_items_perline'), '</tr><tr>' );

This should solve the problem.


My security image doesn't show up. So no one can join my site

This may be caused by a few reasons: 1) You either don't have GD library or ImageMagick installed.

2) If you still have GD library installed it may be not compiled with TrueType fonts.

3) Another reason for this problem may be unchecked Use GD library for image processing in Settings -> Advanced Settings.

4) And at last, if you're using ImageMagick, not GD library, you may have incorrect paths to its applications in inc/header.inc.php. In this case you should check the paths to $MOGRIFY, $CONVERT and $COMPOSITE.

If all this doesn't help, you can just disable security image in Settings -> Advanced Settings -> Enable security image on join page.


I get this error message throughout my site: Fatal error: Call to undefined function: mb_internal_encoding

The default PHP installation does not always have the mb_string extension enabled, but the program requires that you run the PHP multibyte-string extension which is not enabled by default. In brief, in order to do this you will need to (in Windows):

  • uncomment out the line
    extension=php_mbstring.dll
    

in the php.ini file

  • ensure that the path to this file is set correctly, again in php.ini, for example:
    extension_dir = "./ext"
    
  • Note that you can ensure that this file is correctly loaded by setting in php.ini:
    display_errors = on
    
  • Restart your webserver, e.g. restart Apache
  • You can check via phpinfo() that mbstring appears within the information page
  • Here's how to do it in UNIX-based systems: http://php.net/mb_string

I receive this error when I try to install Dolphin: The server encountered an internal error or misconfiguration and was unable to complete your request

This is most probably caused by some .htaccess instructions which your server refuses to handle. These instructions usually are

php_flag register_globals Off

in the .htaccess file of the main Dolphin folder

and

Options -Indexes

in the .htaccess files of the subfolders

Comment out these statements, for example:

# Options -Indexes

and try to run installation again

 
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