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cpg1.5.46 Security release - upgrade mandatory!
The Coppermine development team is releasing a security update for Coppermine in order to counter recently discovered vulnerabilities. It is important that all users who run version cpg1.5.44 or older update to this latest version as soon as possible.
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 91 
 on: November 30, 2017, 07:23:11 pm 
Started by Hanna. - Last post by Phill Luckhurst
Seems the link you provide above is not working, or your server has crashed. Can you check and re-post

In addition, what version of PHP is your server using?

 92 
 on: November 30, 2017, 05:33:25 am 
Started by Hanna. - Last post by Hanna.
Update, my host says "addtional extensions can be only used by business customers with business SLA.
we dont offer extension installation for private customers and if its not related to our cloud service"

So then, what are my options to fix this on my own? I can't live without being able to upload images through my coppermine you guys! Help please!

 93 
 on: November 30, 2017, 02:51:45 am 
Started by Hanna. - Last post by Hanna.
I get this fatal error on exif_read_data when I try to upload images in Coppermine http://kristincavallaridaily.com/gallery,

I tried to find help, forums say "exif_read_data is a standard PHP function available form PHP 4 onwards. Please check with your host why this function is not available. "

Is there anything I can do myself to solve this?

 94 
 on: November 29, 2017, 10:02:05 pm 
Started by fractalbit - Last post by fractalbit
Hello evereyone. I am trying to upgrade the gallery of our site (from 1.4.8 ) after moving it to a new server. The upgrade went well without errors and i also managed to setup again the bridge with smf 2.0.14.

The main problem though is that when trying to save anything in greek (anywhere in the gallery, ex. in photo titles or even in the settings) to the database, the fields display nothing after saving them. If i put ONLY english characters in the fields then it saves them without problem.

The greek characters already in the database before the upgrade are displaying correctly.

I think the problem is originating from the way the database were setup in the early days of the site. Specifically the tables and the fields are set in the latin1_swedish encoding while the characters saved inside them are in greek encoding. If i try to convert the fields (from phpmyadmin or with ex. "cast" sql commands) in utf 8 i get only questions marks and the data is therefore useless.

So far i have tried the following 3 settings in the include/config.inc.php:
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$CONFIG['dbcharset'] = 'latin1'; // Displays greek characters from the database correctly

$CONFIG['dbcharset'] = 'utf8'; // Question marks

$CONFIG['dbcharset'] = 'greek'; // I get "chinese" characters

With none of the above i can save greek characters to the db though. Also if i don't put anything about the dbcharset in the config i get the same behavior with $CONFIG['dbcharset'] = 'latin1';

Considering ver 1.4.8 was working correctly with the same (messy) database setup, is there anything i can do in 1.5.46 to make it play nice with the greek characters?

If not, is there a way to fix the mess with the encoding in the database without losing the greek characters in the process?

I am really in despair here and i would be grateful for any help you can provide.

Thanks you in advance!

 95 
 on: November 29, 2017, 01:15:40 pm 
Started by nicole21290 - Last post by Αndré
I'm not sure what exactly you deleted/changed and what not. Which folders exist in your albums directory currently? Are the permissions set correctly (i.e. Coppermine has read and write access to that folder(s))?

 96 
 on: November 29, 2017, 01:10:45 pm 
Started by fran86 - Last post by Αndré
Have you followed the moving docs? http://documentation.coppermine-gallery.net/en/export.htm#moving_server

Most important step is to update the database credentials in include/config.inc.php.

 97 
 on: November 29, 2017, 01:07:36 pm 
Started by marsuhuba - Last post by Αndré
Der HTML5-Uploader sollte das können: http://forum.coppermine-gallery.net/index.php/topic,75927.0.html

 98 
 on: November 29, 2017, 11:56:35 am 
Started by nicole21290 - Last post by nicole21290
First, the mea culpa. In my eagerness to get started, I failed to google instructions as to how to use FTP with Coppermine. I'm new to both things and so jumped in too early. Basically, this is what happened:

1. I created three subfolders under /public_html/albums in my FTP client and moved across a thousand or so files in various subfolders from my laptop's harddrive.
2. I uploaded them via batch upload in my Coppermine gallery.
3. I deleted them within my FTP client, being a complete novice and not realising how things actually work.

Yes. I know that was a huge mistake.

Now...

So now when I try to batch upload, it still shows me those three subfolders I initially created. I've removed all files from my Coppermine gallery because I assumed that would be a good first step and Googling didn't help me find a solution. I attempted to change my gallery's album directory (after adding photos to a new subfolder in albums on my FTP client) but that didn't work for me either. Coppermine simply said THERE ARE NO FOLDERS INSIDE THE "ALBUMS" FOLDER YET. MAKE SURE TO CREATE AT LEAST ONE CUSTOM FOLDER WITHIN "ALBUMS" FOLDER AND FTP-UPLOAD YOUR FILES THERE. YOU MUSTN'T UPLOAD TO THE "USERPICS" NOR "EDIT" FOLDERS, THEY ARE RESERVED FOR HTTP UPLOADS AND INTERNAL PURPOSES.

If anyone could help me out here with a solution, I'd be incredibly grateful.

Thanks,
Nicole

 99 
 on: November 28, 2017, 01:55:25 am 
Started by Walkinman - Last post by Walkinman
Hey Folks,

My site has kinda gotten behind lately, and I simply need to invest my times elsewhere at the moment rather than fix it myself.

I need my version of CPG update (I'm running 1.5.20 or something ). I've edited the theme quite a lot, both CSS and some functionality stuff over the years ... and I really need those functional changes maintained.

The next step I need is the site needs to be responsive. I can switch themes, it seems, but it would still to have the same setup and so on that I have right now. Open to ideas how to achieve that.

Part of my site is static html, part of it is wordpress, and the stock section is all CPG. Ideally I'd like for them (as they currently do) to all match styling and design. So if someone has the time and gumption to want to tackle modifying the coding on all three, we can discuss that as well. My WP section is way outdated. None of the site is currently responsive and that seems to be giving google all kinds of grief.

Some of the changes I've made over the years are described in a couple of threads here I can retrieve if necessary. One or two of them may work well if someone wants to turn them into a plugin rather than hacking the code.

Budget is pretty open, depending on how much work you want/need to do. We'd probably want to consult a little bit about the best way to tackle it. First thing would be updating CPG without losing the functional changes we've made.
The site is http://www.skolaiimages.com/ the CPG is inside the "Stock" directory.

Thanks
Carl

 100 
 on: November 26, 2017, 03:15:53 am 
Started by fran86 - Last post by fran86
*And by install.php, I mean, update.php but I'm sure you picked that up anyway.

Thank you for your advice, I have contacted my host about it. I hope this isn't a huge problem to fix.

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