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How can I do this?
I have problems with views stuck at 1.. but I saw all posts like this and problem was from PHP.ini but in my PHP.ini from my Hosting Panel all is good..
problem can be from Vanilla Forums?
Please someone? I need to solve today
I really need help guys
Check if the php.ini really works: http://vanillaforums.org/discussion/comment/227546/#Comment_227546
If yes: if no: make it work!
Don't know if that really could help, but it would be least invasive:
If nothing else helps, use a plugin:
All is good here? this is phpinfo
Enter here if you can't see the photo: http://i.imgur.com/15o7kKq.png
What does it say about the magic quotes?
Already saw your php.ini and that magic quotes are off.
You are the guy who created a second user to pretend his own question is super important, didn't you? Now that's your third identity? At least you haven't called your sock puppets yet...
So read my comment above and do follow the next two steps.
By the way: why do you need the answer so urgently?
Enter here i> @R_J said:
I lost my last account password and this is reason why I created another one.
I needed the answer becasue my Hosting Support don't know how to solve my problems.. and I want to create a community for gamers.. but I have so many problems with my website.. and all these problems are from php.ini.. On my first Hosting Vanilla Forums install automatically and I had no problems but I changed 2 days ago my host to paid one.. and on this host are not Vanilla Forums to install automatically..
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I contacted again Support from my Host and he said me
The PHP.ini file in general is used only for specifying certain libraries and variables you want activated. Nothing more is to be managed via the PHP.ini file on any server.
As we have previously informed you, we have already pinpointed the error due to which the Views are stuck on 1:
Warning: PHP Startup: Unable to load dynamic library '/usr/local/php-5.3.29/lib/php/20090626/pdo.so' - /usr/local/php-5.3.29/lib/php/20090626/pdo.so: cannot open shared object file: No such file or directory in Unknown on line 0<br
The specified library simply does not exist in any PHP package - there is no PDO.so library present in any PHP instance, therefore the issue must stem either from an improperly requested library from the actual configuration of the application.
Unfortunately we cannot assist you with this, as we simply don't know what needs to be done for the application to be running properly on our service - we recommend you contact the support department of the company that has created Vanilla Forums, outline the issue and the error message provided and ask for steps to take.
I do not understand what he meant
PDO.so is an extension for php an I do not think it is an unusual one: http://php.net/manual/en/book.pdo.php
They simply have to install that extension
and then your php.ini can load it
and then Vanilla can use it
and then the view count will increment.
Thank You! I said this to my Host Support and They Solved my Problem.