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Advanced file manager with strange errors

Thread began 10/23/2009 9:33 am by ivanhalen12190 | Last modified 10/24/2009 7:16 am by ivanhalen12190 | 978 views | 2 replies

ivanhalen12190

Advanced file manager with strange errors

Hello,
I'm testing Advanced File Manager within HTML editor
I made a MySQL connection and i was that there are a few "kfm_*" tables now
Anyway, when I try to open the Advanced File Manager (clicking on the insert/edit image), the popup shows all the code in the attached file (it's so long that I can't put in this message):

phperrors.txt

And then the Editor (I didn't saw at first sight, I had to scroll down all the page - even without scrollbars! - to look at it)

I can understand it's my php.ini error management system, but it's so useful to me and I prefer to don't change it to a more "relaxed" state: is there something I can do to avoid showing errors in the File Manager?

Thanks

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